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Jabulani News Letter

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Our dream

  • We dream  that the facility will be of superb quality, lush, beautiful, well developed, and well maintained, conveying the message to the target group: “You are worth it!”
  • We dream  that the target group will learn through experience that the land is a blessing from God and that she should be cultivated and cared for in a responsible way.
  • As the facility is secured from personal abuse and is fully managed by a discretionary trust, we dream that this will create a space for  an “altar” in the greater community, where offerings can be put down, knowing that it will be consumed in full to the glory of God and the betterment of human life
  • We dream that this will create a longstanding agent for change.
  • We dream that we will meet the  challenge of long term sustainability by creating a growing and creative Friends of Jabulani volunteer support group with varied expertise.
  • We dream that funding will also be generated from within, by fostering social entrepreneurial projects. The facility must eventually not be dependant on donors from outside.
  • We dream that a self-sustained engine will drive a superb, well functioning facility that can  act as role-model, dream catcher and inspiration to the target group, conveying the message: “You can change the world!”
  • The facility will not be a politically correct Black Empowerment/ White disempowerment project, but a prophetic voice for the future, encouraging racial and class co-operation and reconciliation within the new South Africa, stating boldly: “ We are one body, we are together!” and “Poverty is the concern of everybody”.
  • We acknowledge and accept this huge challenge within an ever increasing racial and class-segregated new South Africa.
  • Jabulani dreams of bringing rich and poor together to take hands in combating poverty, unemployment, and poverty-related issues like HIV infection, low skills development, and sub-optimal  access to health care.
  • We dream of addressing the social challenges in the rich communities (black and white), such as apathy, selfish self-expenditure, corruption, corrupted land politics and the withholding of skills and experience.
  • We dream of creating bridges  between the classes, exposing them to each other, and creating opportunities for open, honest communication and dialogue. The poor can learn a lot from the rich. The rich can learn a lot from the poor. The facility will create a space for this learning to take place.
  • We dream to include in our holistic  development programs a wide variety of personal skills learning including arts and culture.