Ntataise in the news

This year Ntataise has had a number of opportunities to profile our work and advocate for the importance of quality ECD through news media. Since the beginning of the year, Ntataise has enjoyed media coverage on SABC 2 Morning Live, Radio 2000, JoziFM, Saturday Star Newspaper and Voices 360 online.

Most recently, Ntataise Director Puleng Motsoeneng was interviewed about the Ntataise Network Conference and the state of ECD in South Africa on the national Ubuntu Radio station.

Click here to listen to Puleng’s radio interview

In addition to this, the Ntataise Clinic Outreach Programme was profiled in a piece titled     ‘Bringing Hope to Rammulotsi’ in the Free State Weekly Newspaper.

If you missed any of these articles or interviews, click on the links below:

Puleng Motsoeneng interview on Ntataise and the role of Early Childhood Development in helping to prevent violence amongst children
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Sarah McGuigan interview on the importance of ECD and the challenges and opportunities within this vital sector.
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Don’t let kids be left behind
Many children who attend backyard crèches and nursery schools in townships and rural areas are in danger of being left behind in their school careers as many of these centres are ill equipped and most Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners do have inadequate training or no training at all. Read more

The prevention of violence starts in early childhood

As so eloquently put by American author Dorothy Law Nolte in her 1954 poem titled “Children Learn What They Live”, if children live with hostility, they learn to fight. It could be simple antagonistic acts they see at home such as a push here or a shove there. Read more