YOU can change the world. Lead SA is a personal call to every person to make a difference. We all have a responsibility to make the world a better place. It could be as simple as making a stranger smile or as big as fighting to further the rights entrenched in our Constitution. Each act makes a difference. This website tells the stories of people who are making our country a better place.

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  • National Environment Week is an annual campaign which takes place on the first week of June. About 198 000 tons of general waste are dumped illegally every year in road reserves and open spaces.  If we work together as active citizens and dispose of our waste responsibly, we can have a cleaner, greener and healthier [...]

  • 25 May 2015 | Africans from across the continent reflected on the abundant diversity of our continent – Africa’s people, its cultures, and its traditions. Lead SA’s Yusuf Abramjee, Gauteng Premier David Makhura and Gauteng Education MEC attended a special Africa Day assembly hosted by learners from Mondeor Primary School, south of Johannesburg After singing [...]

  • Lead SA Hero for April in Gauteng is Kelly Grevler from Johannesburg. Kelly founded a community project called Sidewalk Sessions – free guitar lessons in downtown Johannesburg. The 27-year-old Master’s student teaches free guitar lessons every Sunday to young children from in and around the Maboneng precinct. Held on the under a tree by one of street [...]

  • Our Youth Hero for April in Gauteng is 10-year-old Sheldon Spear. Sheldon started collecting books for his school early last year, but wanted to start donating to less privileged schools. After seeing the support an ailing family friend received through Facebook, he asked his mom if she could start a page for him to collect [...]

  • Freedom Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on 27 April. It celebrates freedom and commemorates the first post-apartheid elections held on that day in 1994. The elections were the first non-racial national elections where everyone of voting age of over 18 from any race group was allowed to vote. Previously, under the apartheid [...]

  • With everything that our country has been through in the past few weeks, Freedom Day comes as a stark reminder that one cannot live in the world, without knowing your history and what has brought you into being in this present moment. Particularly regarding the wave of xenophobic attacks, Freedom Day is a chance for [...]

  • Thousands of South Africans gathered at Durban’s Currie Fountain stadium to march against the recent spate of violent attacks directed at foreign nationals. Led by Kwa-Zulu Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu and eThekwini mayor James Nxumalo, the 3-kilometre ‘peace march’ saw thousands of marchers carrying peace messages through Durban’s busy streets. Gauteng citizens who also wanted [...]

  • By Melanie Madigage and Thembelihle Nkosi 13 April 2015 The world of leadership is a phenomenal journey that anybody can witness or be part of. One can also take on this tremendous role, building their characteristics into becoming an influencer in society. This is what the students from the University of Pretoria (UP) who are [...]

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  • No one has ever become poor from giving

    Maya Angelou
  • Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need

    Khalil Gibran
  • Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.

    Thomas Jefferson
  • To me, being South African means being a human being. It means having a role to play in our beautiful country

    Herman Mashaba
  • It is a law of life that problems arise when conditions are there for their solution

    Walter Sisulu
  • South Africa belongs to all those who live and believe in it

    Nompumelelo Gumbi
  • Don’t think of yourself as a leader. Think of yourself as strong enough to inspire others to follow

    Pieter-Dirk Uys
  • Through education and understanding of broader-community issues, each individual has the potential to benefit their community.

    Johara Naidoo, Lead SA and GIBS Future Leader
  • People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.

    Earl Nightingale
  • Go out into the world today and love the people you meet. Let your presence light new light in the hearts of people.

    Mother Teresa
  • Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.

    Earl Nightingale
  • Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.

    Howard Thurman

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