Trevor Huddleston CR Memorial Centre, Corner of Good & Herman Streets, Sophiatown, Johannesburg . Post: PO Box 468, Westhoven 2142.
Email: email@example.com Tel: +27 (0) 11 673 1271 Fax: +27 (0) 11 252 7976
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The Trevor Huddleston Memorial Centre. NPO no 020 393
Patrons: Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Ambassador Abdul Minty, Lord Attenborough, Rev Mpho Tutu
SOPHIATOWN 100: MOTSWAKO CELEBRATION! Sophiatown is marking 100 years of being a
You can come along to any of our listed events and tell us how you are connected
to this iconic area, which includes historic links to Westbury Coronationville, Martindale
and Newlands, and Newclare as well as Lenasia, Fordsburg -
NEW ENTERPRISE AND CULTURAL CENTRE FOR SOPHIATOWN
The Motswako (the ‘mix’) Hub will link youth in the historic western area neighbourhoods – all of which suffered from forced removals in the mid 1950s – to entrepreneurship opportunities including training and enterprise incubation. It aims to reach 1000 young people with enterprise and employment opportunities by Freedom Day 2014.
The President, accompanied by Minister Paul Mashatile and ANC Chairperson Baleka Mbete, viewed these plans for the proposed Motswako Enterprise and Cultural Centre, on his visit to Sophiatown Heritage Centre, run by the Trevor Huddleston Centre .
Kofifi Theatre Company 2013 production
Trevor Huddleston Centenary Year -
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See our Sophiatown Life page for more information
Go to our Pledge page to get involved in funding our projects which have proven impact on youth and young people.
Did you know we also manage the Sophiatown Heritage and Cultural Centre on behalf of the City of Joburg. Click here to visit that site:
That beautiful hisotirc 1930s house is also available for private hire for functions such as book launches, film location, corporate receptions and promotions.
Contact Katlego Gabashane on 011 673 1271
The Trevor Huddleston Centre’s aim is to act as a catalyst for solutions to societal challenges through supporting people to learn, take action, evaluate and achieve their goals for life, while linking to, and serving, the wider community.
Our training priorities focus on business, enterprise and technology based programmes for the benefit of young people who want to make a difference, but who are not yet able to access skills training or other tertiary education. We combine this with a value system and proven framework for experiential learning, action and reflection including the arts and creative processes such as drama and oral history.