Under the able stewardship of Diane Singer and Claire Jankelson, the first Sydney South African Film Festival burst onto the scene in 2019 to great acclaim.
The inaugural Sydney South African Film Festival was a way of showcasing the South African cinema to audiences in Sydney while raising funds for a worthy cause.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have made the films available virtually, so you can see the films from the comfort of your own home!
SURF WITHOUT BORDERS
Beginning in early 2020, Education without Borders (assisted by Guy Cohen and Nathan Paul) started a Surf Clinic (SurfWithoutBorders) which will took selected students/learners of EwB programs surfing on the weekends.
The Surf Clinic provides children with an opportunity to experience something new, have fun, learn about the ocean and is also an outlet from the poverty and crime in the townships. This program will continue after the Covid 19 pandemic is over.
If you would like to support this program and help it grow, please donate through the link below:
(Please indicate that the donation is for SurfWithoutBorders)
What a celebration of 25 years of democracy in South Africa!
We partied to the non-stop music of former Rwandan refugee, Ezra Kwizera and friends. Danced to the captivating sounds of ex-Soweto Choir member, Jabu Dladla and Zimbabwean musician, Pasi Gunguwo.
Sharpeville Six Defense Lawyer, Prakash Diar, was our keynote speaker. He is a writer, human rights activist and legal counsel for Justice Canada.
Mayibuye (Mah-yee-boo-yeh) iAfrika is a Zulu slogan from the liberation struggle in South Africa. It means Bring Back Africa, a call for independence, diversity and justice.
All proceeds go to the non-profit organizations EwB and SACABC.