Click here to listen to the message from The Salvation Army to all radio stations thanking them for helping the organisation communicate its messages to the community. Johannesburg community radio station, Radio Today, broadcast this message on its behalf.
Click here to listen to the mp3 advert for CTI Education Group. Quo Vadis Communications wrote the script for the advert.
Click here to listen to the mp3 advert for The Salvation Army's anti-human trafficking message
Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, President of African Monitor addressed press at the organisation's media conference held late last year in Johannesburg. African Monitor launched its 2011 Development Support Monitor Report which is a first in a series of publications that will look at various questions to promote an inclusive agenda to achieve the African Moment for grassroots communities.
Click here to watch the footage taken by News24 at the Long Walk for Rhino's Mandela Day initiative at Robben Island School. (QVC donated Media Liaison to this initiative as part of its Mandela Day initiatives)
Quo Vadis Communications on a field trip to KwaZulu Natal for client, Siyazisiza Trust.
Victoria Makalima, assistant Director for the Johnson and Johnson Burn Treatment Centre (left) and Roger Crawford, Executive Director, Worldwide Government Affairs and Policy for Johnson & Johnson (back right) happily assisted Nurse Ester Manson and clinical officer William Kalua from Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi throughout their two-week specialised training session at the Burn Treatment Centre at Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital. The training took place as a result of a public private partnership between the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Johnson & Johnson, and the University of North Carolina in USA. The hospital in Malawi recently opened a burn unit and the hands-on training Ester and William received at the leading burn treatment centre in Africa, will no doubt make a huge difference in the lives of those in need.
“As part of the South African community, we wanted to lend a friendly hand of hospitality to our visitors. Some of them didn’t need food, they just needed some encouragement and we kept them company and chatted with them,” said Major Marieke Venter, The Salvation Army’s Divisional director for women’s ministries.
“During the period that the travelers were stranded, we distributed more than 800 meals to those who needed it.”
This relief effort is a joint effort by The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters in Johannesburg in partnership with its branches in Germiston and Soweto.
The Salvation Army is committed to helping the poor, underprivileged, deprived and disadvantaged people of all races.
The Salvation Army is an international movement and evangelical part of the universal Christian Church and has a professional record in rehabilitating and accommodating trafficking trade victims and addressing social injustice in a systematic, measured, proactive and Christian manner through its International Social Justice Commission.