Animals are much like humans in many ways. They should be respected and handled with care. There are many ways people can learn how to respect animals. From the smallest mouse to the largest elephant, all animals should be treated in ways that are beneficial to both them and other people. No matter their background, […]

All Kids Can Gain From Learning To Respect Animals

Farewell Fundiswa

  • Sun 3rd Jul, 2016

Our very special Fundiswa is leaving her HOKISA family, to spread her wings and fly… We celebrated Fundiswa today – her kindness, generosity, warmth, love, honesty…, and many more things that make her the special person she is, and who we love so much… Fundiswa – your HOKISA family is extremely proud of who you […]

Farewell Fundiswa

With some of our older HOKISA children growing up and moving on in the world, and in their lives, it has made space for a whole new generation… Meet the ‘gang’!

Meet The New Young Generation At HOKISA…

Happy Easter At HOKISA…

  • Sun 27th Mar, 2016

As always, Easter is one of our favourite celebrations… This year we had such fun making Easter Eggs, and, of course, the highlight of the weekend was our Easter Egg Hunt and delicious family lunch with the whole HOKISA family. It is wonderful to be a part of a family that celebrates together! Enjoy images […]

Happy Easter At HOKISA…

Wishing our friends, families and supporters a VERY happy Christmas and New Year…

Merry Christmas And Happy New Year…

Masi teenager Fundile Feke (15) has been chosen – after more than five years of being a volunteer artist and training hard every weekend – to join full time from 2016 the internationally recognized Cape Town based ZipZap Circus School. Fundi can be seen in two acts (unicycle and trampoline) in the present ZipZap show […]

Masi Teenager Joins Famous ZipZap Circus

World AIDS Day 2015

  • Tue 1st Dec, 2015

The first day of December is observed the world over as World Aids Day, a special commemoration of the global effects of the HIV/Aids pandemic. Begun in 1988 as a way to fight the stigma of the disease and educate people about prevention and treatment, the ultimate objective of World Aids Day 2015 is: Getting […]

World AIDS Day 2015

Protest And Peace In Masi

  • Sat 7th Nov, 2015

Protest and Peace in Masi – Lutz Van Dijk (published in the Weekend Argus on Sat 7 Nov 2015) Since the rape and killing of 14 year old Amani Pule on 15 September 2015 not only the community of Masiphumelele is not the same anymore. Never before so many neighbors from surrounding villages of this […]

Protest And Peace In Masi

Masiphumelele Celebrating…

  • Mon 2nd Nov, 2015

After a very difficult morning when at noontime the judge had planned to postpone again until tomorrow, we had some last minute interventions and all protesters are out on bail since late this afternoon, also community leader Lubabalo Vellem. Luba is now with his sister in Khayelitsha and is not allowed to return to Masi […]

Masiphumelele Celebrating…

HOKISA News Updates 2015

  • Sat 17th Oct, 2015

It has been a busy year, as always – the children are growing up fast and we have a few new additions to the HOKISA ‘family’… We continue to celebrate the lives of the children and continue to work hard to give them the best chances possible. Here are some of the highlights and news […]

HOKISA News Updates 2015