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Babies Behind Bars is a Non Profit Organization as well as a Public Benefit Organization which was started in 2007 to assist mothers whose children are born during their sentence. These women were sentenced during their pregnancy and give birth during their sentence. Romy Titus, the founder discovered by chance in the year 2000 that babies are born in jail whilst doing a story for prime time news and made it her mission to lend a hand.

Women across South Africa, Namibia and Swaziland find themselves between a ‘rock and a hard place’ when it comes to giving birth behind bars, and being left with the choice of getting to know their bundle of joy in the most unbecoming circumstances or to let the baby grow up away from harsh realities of prison life. 

These are the countries which the organization currently helps, that house mothers and children, but the vision is to assist every child born in an African Correctional Facility.

The ongoing tussle of mothers letting go of the little person they would love to get to know and passing them onto family to raise remains a sore spot for every mother who find themselves doing time for a range of crimes with their babies at their sides.

The mother’s needs are cared for by the state but the babies are the ones that bear the brunt of life behind bars as they are subjected to doing time for a crime they never committed. The organization has realised the need for child friendly environments, pretty painted walls, an outdoor playground for the children to run around and be free in, proper nutrition, warm cosy cots, disposable nappies, clothing for every season and educational toys to stimulate their senses for the duration of the two years that they’re allowed to stay behind behind bars with their mothers.

Through great givers, generous sponsors and good Samaritans we’re able to meet the basic human needs of these children who spend the formative years of their lives behind bars.

According to an international study conducted ‘80% of children born or raised in prison between the ages of 0-5 years come back to prison later in life.’

It’s the organizations dream to make a difference no matter how small, to bring a smile, to lessen the burden, and to ‘Unlock Hope’ where there is only despair.


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TEACH South Africa

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TEACH South Africa is a public benefit organization led by the South African business community in direct response to finding ways to improve South Africa’s economy. After years of researching educational initiatives around the world, the TEACH South Africa founding members decided to be part of the solution by placing highly skilled and motivated recent university graduates in the classroom. Our goal is to recruit, train and support the most talented university graduates to commit to teaching for a minimum of two years in some of South Africa’s most disadvantaged schools. In the long-term, TEACH Ambassadors will form an alumni movement, informed by their experience in the classroom, who will fight for educational equality for learners all over South Africa by using their influence in whatever sector they decide to work in.

Job description
TEACH South Africa recruits exceptional graduates from all social and academic backgrounds to become TEACH Ambassadors (paid educators) for the TEACH South Africa program. These TEACH Ambassadors are needed to teach Maths, Science, Technology or English at challenged urban and rural schools for a minimum of two years.

Person Requirements
Applicants need to have successfully completed a Bachelor’s degree or B-tech by 2011, or must have graduated with a degree in the last five years. Applicants must have taken one of the following subjects for at least one year at tertiary level: Maths, English, Physics, Chemistry or Technology.

Qualification Requirements
We accept graduates from all academic backgrounds besides the Education and Law faculties.  Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree or B-tech with Maths, English, Physics, Chemistry or Technology in it.

How to Apply
Candidates can apply online only at

First deadline: 30 June 2011
Final deadline: 20 September 2011

Contact details:
Shesnee Naidoo: Recruitment Manager
011 2098063/ 082 3836687 Email:


The International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA), a non-profit organisation, was established as a result of the need for universities and technikons in South Africa to respond to international educational trends. Their mission is to advocate, promote and support the internationalisation of Higher Education by providing a professional forum for institutions and individuals to address challenges and develop opportunities in international education. It was felt that if South Africa is to remain competitive within the global economic and political environment it was important that our higher education provides opportunities for students to obtain a global perspective to their studies, and establishes international contacts which will benefit the student, the tertiary institutions, and will assist South Africa as a nation to be a competitor and participant in world markets.


CIMA offers the most relevant international accounting qualification for business. They are the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants. CIMA is the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. They have 203,000 members and students in 173 countries. They work at the heart of business. To find out more - click here.

Their members and students work in industry, commerce and not for profit organisations. They have strong relationships with employers, and sponsor leading research.

They work to qualify students, support members and protect the public interest. They are the voice of the accountancy profession and are customer focused, accountable, open, innovation, and professional individuals.

Golden Key members have the opportunity to participate in the CIMA GLOBAL CHALLENGE. Click here for more details. If you have missed the 2013 deadline - Be on the lookout for 2014 events!




Appletree is a unique organisation that excels in the challenging field of individual and corporate change processes.

By facilitating the creation of a safe and inspired space within which there is the potential for people, families, communities, teams and organisations to journey towards new possibilities – to livelifenow.

Their facilitators (change catalysts) are (extra) ordinary people who have had the courage to develop their talents to the point that they have become powerful strengths. Appletree facilitators have spent a number of years within the Appletree fold, mastering their trade by observing, learning, experiencing and, very importantly, doing, as part of a mentoring process alongside more experienced facilitators.

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The South African Graduate Recruiters Association is a community of practice dedicated to connecting and advancing the graduate recruitment industry. Thet constantly unearth and share the insights and resources that attract and retain talent. Golden Key needs to be up to date with the trends regarding graduate recruitment to maximize member benefits and therefore took up membership with SAGRA. They are the hub of the industry, making use of synergies, resourcefulness and insights to bring global best practice to our members, and elevate the profession.