MOT South Africa will be hosting an international convention on 4 and 5 March in Cape Town.
The convention brings together thought leaders, educators and students from all over the country, to discuss issues around leadership and socio-economic development in South Africa.
MOT SA is a non-profit organisation which offers life skills training, helping youngsters reach their full potential and make good and courageous life choices.
CapeTalk’s Pippa Hudson spoke to Elroy Duckitt, Programmes and Training Manager at MOT SA about the services they offer to the youth.
Listen to the full conversation on The Pippa Hudson Show:
Our purpose and our aim is to empower these young people so that they can make conscious choices and also have the resilience and life skills to impact South Africa.— Elroy Duckitt, Programmes and Training Manager at MOT SA
We want them to be positive role models within their communities— Elroy Duckitt, Programmes and Training Manager at MOT SA
Pippa Hudson also spoke to Lina-mandla Deliwe, one of the youths who has benefited from the MOT SA programmes.
I joined MOT in 2014 and there were two things that drew me to the organisation, their values - courage to live and courage to care— Lina-mandla Deliwe