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Danny Oosthuizen

in Cape Town

Homeless in Cape Town

PRESENTED ON SEP 04, 2018
IN CAPE TOWN @ VOL 50

Two years ago with the Cape Argus, Danny and his team created awareness about the people living on the streets in Cape Town. Danny was one of them. 
What was supposed to be a 15-day diary has now been running for over 2 years.
In these two years, Danny has managed to network with the most remarkable people and the homeless today are better equipped to face life again.

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HOPE in Memphis

BY PAUL GARNER
@ VOL 6 ON MAR 07, 2013

Paul Garner, the organizing coordinator for HOPE (Homeless Organizing for Power & Equality), explains how the organization is helping Memphis and its homeless, and urges viewers to participate as well.

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Stories Move Social Change

BY MARLENE FITZWATER
@ VOL 25 ON OCT 20, 2016

In her moving talk, Marlene Fitzwater speaks about being the changes you want to see, as well as building a hospice for the homeless in the Sacramento area.

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Mapping Cape Town’s Minibus Taxi Network

BY JOANNE CHEVALIER
@ VOL 42 ON MAR 07, 2017

In collaboration with WhereIsMyTransport, Joanne created a schematic map of Cape Town's informal transport network. The result is a cross between a first-world underground map and something more chaotic. Joanne will talk about the process followed in arriving at unique transport network 

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Seva: The Art of Giving

BY DANNY DILIBERTO
@ VOL 42 ON MAR 07, 2017

Seva is the art of selfless service – giving without any thought of reward or payment. This concept inspired Danny Diliberto to hand out food to the homeless and from this simple gesture his soup kitchen was born, serving over 40,000 meals to disadvantaged school children and the homeless in 2016 alone. 

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Working with the homeless in an inner city veggie garden

BY JESSE LAITINEN
@ VOL 42 ON MAR 07, 2017

Khulisa Solutions/Streetscape is an NGO that works closely with the police and the magistrates court to help petty offenders get a second chance working in vegetable gardens

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PechaKucha Cape Town

BY ANDREW COLE
@ VOL 145 ON MAR 24, 2017

"Cape Town is a place that attracts and gives birth to interesting people..."

A resident of Cape Town for the past 10 years, Andrew Cole reveals what makes Africa's southern most city an exceptional place to work, live & visit. Consistently voted as one of the world's top travel destinations, the Mother City is also a "cauldron of creativity".

This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 4th, 2017. 

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The grandaddy of swing dances has taken root in Cape Town

BY MURIEL ARGENT
@ VOL 44 ON JUL 04, 2017

Lindy hop, granddaddy of swing dances has taken root in Cape Town with all the joy, energy, and community that made it. Originating as a cultural movement almost a century ago this exhilarating dance is once again an international phenomenon. Muriel Argent takes us on a dance journey through the ages.

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Dayton Corps

BY AMANDA ARRINGTON
@ VOL 34 ON JAN 18, 2018

Amanda Arrington shares the lessons and growth that a person can gain by working with the Dayton Corps helping to support Daybreak, Homefull, Homeless Solutions and St. Vincent de Paul associations.

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It Takes a Village

BY KRISTINE LEE SHEPHERD
@ VOL 15 ON MAR 07, 2019

Kristine Lee Shepherd spearheaded the Monday Night Dinners program in a downtown urban plaza to bring hot meals to the homeless and build bridges across community barriers. She believes in cultivating compassion, tolerance and understanding, not in further alienating those who are already on the fringe of society.
 
"They say it takes a village to raise a child. I say it takes a village to raise the village." #bethevillage