The Bridge Leadership Engagement launched

The Bridge Leadership Engagement is an initiative of Heartlines in collaboration with GIBS Centre for Leadership & Dialogue and the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation. It aims to build better relationships between leaders of a “system” i.e. a sector, institution or body...

What’s Your Story? Update

What’s your Story? Now more than ever South Africans need to hear stories of hope, stories that will help us understand each other better and break down prejudice and racial tension. Our What’s your Story? campaign is well underway to do exactly that. Salvation Army...

Heartlines Wins World Vision Award

For the past two years World Vision Africa has offered an award for the member organisation who has supported child wellbeing in the past year. We are incredibly humbled to announce that Heartlines, the Centre for Values Promotion, has been chosen as the recipient of...

Anti-Racism Week

There are a number of initiatives to tackle the growing racial tension in our country. One of them is Anti-Racism Week, 14-21 March 2016, pioneered by the Anti–Racism Network South Africa (ARNSA). Of course, much more than a week is needed to combat racism - but it is...

Does Love Have a Price Tag on Valentines Day?

Like Christmas holidays, the 14th of February also brings with it a unnecessary pressure to splurge on that someone special to feed the idea that they are truly special. It used to be that love came with no price tag but apparently nothing says “I love you”, like a...

It’s just another march – why care at all?

On the 30th of September, my colleagues and I will be joining the March against corruption and, more importantly, we will march for the values of justice, integrity, accountability and unity. Why march against corruption or care to march at all? Corruption – and the...

The book that changed my life

As we celebrate National Book Week, Dimakatso Songoane reflects on a book that changed her life and the importance of reading.   I am not really an avid reader. My love for reading dwindled after high school, which to this day I still do not understand. The only...

Bringing active citizenship into schools

Solomon Mahlangu High school from Eastern Cape was crowned the 2015 Youth Citizens Action Programme (YCAP) national winner in the secondary category this weekend for a project that tackled late coming at their school. In second place was Dlangezwa Secondary School...

Say No To Xenophobia

Heartlines, the Centre for Values Promotion, strongly condemns the violence perpetrated against foreign nationals resident in South Africa and calls on all South Africans to live out the values of acceptance and respect for others as enshrined in our Constitution....

Heartlines receives Ethics Awards

Last night Heartlines was celebrated for our role in promoting ethics and values amongst hundreds of other individuals honoured at the Unashamedly Ethical Gauteng Awards. Unashamedly Ethical is a campaign promoting ethics, values and clean living. They facilitate the...

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