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Capturing PASCAP: 10 Black & White Photographs from the Field

I was delighted to discover that PASCAP Trust had an old Canon DLSR when I started working here a few years ago. It only had one lens and some small imperfections on its sensor, but it was still in good working order so I was determined to put to use. Below are ten of some of my favourite photographs from my time with PASCAP

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What Does Freedom Mean To You?

To celebrate Freedom Day, we asked our some of our learners what freedom means to them. Here are their responses… Hout Bay After School Care “You can do anything you want by making your own decisions” – Tinotenda, 14 “The ability to make your own career choices” – Luther,15 “Freedom allows me the chance to be myself” – Esha,15 “I am free to live

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[PRESS RELEASE] PASCAP Trust 2017/2018 – An Overview

PASCAP Trust is dedicated to serving children and youth and their families living in marginalized communities in and across the Western Cape. We strive to redress social inequalities by providing quality opportunities for our youth to develop the skills and temperament they need to overcome the everyday challenges they encounter. Over the course of a year, we have served 3070 beneficiaries through the following

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Earth, Fire, Air, Water, Change: The Five Fundamental Elements of Effective Thinking

“The root of success in everything, from academics to business to leadership to personal relationships and everything else is thinking,” writes Edward B. Burger and Michael Starbird in their punchy book, The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking (2012). “Whether it’s thinking disguised as intuition or as good values or as decision making or problem-solving or creativity, it’s all thinking.” Equipping young people with the

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