SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION DRIVEN BY SOUTH AFRICA’S EMERGING, SERVANT LEADERS

 

SAWIP inspires, develops and supports annual teams of interns and its whole alumni body to bring about community development through social projects amongst the most disadvantaged and marginalised South Africans.

SAWIP NEWS
The Team of 2015 arrives in Washington DC

The Team of 2015 arrives in Washington DCThe SAWIP Team of 2015 arrived in Washington DC on June 16th and June 24th and were welcomed at the airport by SAWIP staff and host families. There was great excitement all round!

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SECTION 18A TAX EXEMPTION STATUS AWARDED

The SAWIP Boards are very happy to announce that SAWIP (SA) has been awarded Section 18A tax exemption status by the South African Revenue Services (SARS) and has been authorized, from 12 June 2015, to issue tax deductible receipts to donors.

 
SAWIP Team 2015

The boards and management of the South Africa-Washington International Program are pleased to announce the Team of 2015. After a highly competitive process of selection, nineteen exceptional interns were selected to pursue an intensive seven month development program in South Africa and the United States which aims to inspire and build their capabilities for servant leadership and the delivery of social projects amongst poor and marginalized South Africans and build our nation.

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SAWIP SA Board welcomes Dr Ayanda Ntsaluba as Director

Dr Ayanda Ntsaluba was appointed as a Group Executive Director of Discovery Limited in July 2011. He holds a medical degree from the University of Natal, specialised in Obstetrics and Gynecology, holds an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the University of London, and an Executive MBA from the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town.

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SAWIP Newsletter November 2014

Click here to download the SAWIP Newsletter November 2014.

 
Application Instruction Document 2015

The Application Instruction Document 2015 is now available! This document contains all the materials and questions you will need to prepare for the SAWIP 2015 Application.  It is advised that you use this document as a model as the online application must be completed in a single sitting and cannot be saved.

 

Applications for SAWIP 2015 have closed. Thank you very much for your interest in the South Africa-Washington International Program!

 
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TEAM BLOGS
  • On Tuesday 14th July, the SAWIP team of 2015 visited Congressman John Lewis at Canon house in Washington DC. Mr Lewis greeted each of us with warmth and shook each of our hands. Then he invited us to
  • Since returning from Washington D.C, there is that one question that EVERYONE asks (and sincerely so) “how was it, how was Washington D.C?”How people phrase the question varies and depending on one’s
  • In many attempts to write the perfect blog to capture in short, my life ultering experience on my SAWIP DC journey I have decided that raw words will do best in this instance since I am simply too blo
  • For the duration of my Washington DC experience, I had the privilege of being hosted by the Tardiff-Douglin family. Initially, I was quite nervous to meet them. I imagined what they would be like and
  • I’m in the middle of Times Square. It’s buzzing with different people from different places around the world. Tall buildings, bright lights, bold advertisements running across buildings, dancers, arti
  • Why are we so quick to judge? Now I was one of those people that used to pride myself in non-judgement. I always thought that I gave people a fair chance to express who they are and that everyone el
  • Today was for those days when I struggle to breathe. Those days when the air doesn't seem like it can reach my needing lungs.   The greatest challenge for me today is figuring out how I can best sha
  • During my five weeks in DC, I had the privilege of working for United Way Worldwide, the 701 office in Alexandria. United way worldwide is the leadership and support organization for the network of ne
  • Yes, we are back. No, I'm not yet re-adjusted.   At our farewell function in D.C., I had the privilege of sharing a bit of my journey through life and through SAWIP. I would now like to share that w
  • I remember standing in the airport last week Sunday with our host families. It was time to say our final goodbyes and farewells. I remember fiercely fighting back my tears as I hugged my host mom, Flo

 

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