Rialto Project scholars Joshua and Kumeshnie were unable to return home for the one-week break in August, to keep the Matric class occupied and active during this time, Lawhill arranged a strictly COVID-19 compliant and socially distanced hike.
Unjani clinic has afforded Phumzile the opportunity to achieve her lifelong dream of being able provide quality healthcare to the most under-serviced members of her community.
The Rialto Project is a registered non-profit company with the purpose of bridging the education divide in South Africa, and in so doing making a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been evident in the communities surrounding the Community Property Fund shopping centres, particularly the dire need for food parcels.
Unjani Clinic is a network of primary healthcare clinics, owned and operated by black women, which provide accessible, affordable and quality healthcare to communities in low income areas.
A COVID-19 educational campaign has been rolled out across the portfolio, highlighting the importance of wearing a mask, hand washing and social distancing - as per the World Health Organisation guidelines.
Alexandra Plaza is committed to education and community upliftment in Alexandra and is actively involved in the community through CSI projects focused on education and community upliftment.
We are committed to taking every possible measure to keep our staff, tenants, service providers and the community as safe as possible during this uncertain time and are taking the protective measures as outlined below.
Pamela Sedibe is making a difference in the Thulamahashe community through her Unjani Clinic which opened at Thulamahashe Plaza in November 2018.