My Africa It occurred to me that my mind might think social work, but it is a different kind of social work. It is AFRICAN because I am an African. I feel proud as I write this post because the difference just dawned on me... If you are a social worker in Africa it doesn't mean … Continue reading Social Work in Africa
On Sunday the 18th of November the organization I work for was invited to come and be partof the church service at St Johns' Anglican Church in Wynberg. The aim was to have a presentation around the work that we do with female street children and those at risk of becoming street children. It was … Continue reading For The Love Of Social Work….
This has become my new name ever since I became a social worker in residential care. It is funny how the work done with children makes one slip into a role they never thought they could slip into. Growing up and whilst doing my four year degree in social work I never thought I would … Continue reading “Auntie Getrude”