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
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!

 
The 2014 Team (Western Cape and Gauteng) engaging with community youth, driving change and building hope

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TEAM BLOGS
  • "Don't air your dirty laundry" is what we are taught from a young age. Perhaps what we should be teaching is to keep your laundry clean instead. I've been moved by the great memorials and monuments
  • Bewildered. Absolutely bewildered. That's how I've felt recently when speaking to the people I've come across. What has been most striking in conversations I've had is the ability of the American pe
  • Public transport is one of the things I appreciate most about this city, however despite the lovely color coding and many maps available I still seem to get lost every now and then and end up having t
  • The chance to work in the office of JSI has given me real insight into how USAID works and just how much America invests into other countries around the world. Just this insight alone has made me reth
  • Seeing things through other people’s eyes has always been enlightening for me… I have found it to be one of the defining tools in shaping my learning experience. This week I saw through the eyes of Dr
  • I have visited numerous museums since I have been in the US. I have got to thank the Smithsonian Institution for making it possible to go to its museums for free. The first Saturday of our arrival we
  • “I plan on following a direction in international law, with a specific focus on human rights. So I’d like to become involved with some or other international organisation that has a humanitarian onsla
  • Imagine you’re hiding with your little brother in the shards of what is left of your house. You’re hiding, because you can see soldiers approaching in the distance. Your parents were killed a month ag
  • This past Tuesday the SAWIP team had the privilege of engaging with Vukasin Petrovic and Dr. Robert Herman who have both dedicated their lives as advocates for freedom around the world. Dr. Herman is
  • I had the pleasure of having of have lunch with one of the co-founders of CrossCountry International, The company where I am currently receiving my work exposure at. Roderick Carmody is one of the fou

 

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