In the News

Woza Moya is Hiring!

Event Date: 29 Apr 2019

HACT's award-winning Woza Moya progrmame is looking for a dynamic, energetic and hard-working indiviudal to assist them with managing wholesale, retail & social media marketing material and to work towards securing new markets (both local and international) for the programme's long-term susta

Vacancies - HACT is Hiring!

Event Date: 25 Apr 2019

The Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust (HACT) is delighted to announce that our team will be delivering a new community-based project in 2019 that aims to both reduce HIV infections as well as incidence of gender-based violence (GBV) amongst vulnerable children and youth.

Tackling AIDS through Sport

Event Date: 12 Mar 2019

Next month the HACT team is very excited to be launching its new Goals 4 Life project which will educate, inspire and support over 200 vulnerable children and young people living in rural communities situated directly along the Comrades Marathon route through the universal appeal

Gogos get active ahead of HACT’s 2019 Gogolympics

Event Date: 12 Mar 2019

Over 1000 grandmothers (gogos) are in training for HACT’s annual Gogolympics event which is taking place on Friday, the 26th April 2019 at the Molweni Sports Ground.

Keeping Families Together – Michael’s Story

Event Date: 12 Mar 2019

Every day, HACT’s Respite Unit helps those who are desperately ill to regain their health so they can return home to their families.

Sharing the Love – HACT’s Recycled Race Numbers Campaign

Event Date: 12 Mar 2019

Thank you to all those runners who have been donating their old ASA and race numbers over the past few months for our Recycled Race Numbers Campaign. We have since produced over 550 pencil bags which have been distributed to children in need via HACT’s Life Skills programme!

A Labour of Love

Event Date: 13 Feb 2019

For 31 year-old Zodwa Ncgobo, beading has become so much more than a creative pastime, it’s a labour of love that has helped her to single-handedly support her family…

Opening Hearts & Minds

Event Date: 13 Feb 2019

Soka Mngadi (pictured far right) lives in KwaNyuswa in the Valley of 1000 Hills with his family. The 64 year-old retired four years ago having worked in Durban as a landscaper and maintenance worker for many years.

Thabo's Story

Event Date: 18 Jan 2019

Thabo* was born HIV positive at birth and at age 15, was recently admitted to HACT’s Respite Unit.

Khangelani's Story

Event Date: 10 Dec 2018

31 year-old, Khangelani Motha is currently a patient in the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust’s (HACT) Respite Unit where he is being treated for TB. Khangelani is eager to share his story in the hope that it will help others not make the same mistakes that has led him to this point in his life…

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