storytelling dinner

On Saturday 12 May 2018 we held our second-ever event, a storytelling and fundraising dinner at Amazink in Kayamandi... With over 80 guests and Her Voice ladies joining us, it was a true celebration of everything that's happened in Her Voice over the last two years....

our first magazine article

On 16 March 2018 the story of Her Voice was told in the media for the first time! The Afrikaans women's magazine, Vrouekeur, published an article about us and we are super excited to share it! You can read the full article here. photos  |  Beauty Mazibuko & Ilse...

warming up little voices

the plan Raise enough money to gift a pair of gumboots and a jacket to each child and a fleece onesie for each baby. four days later Generosity ended our campaign before it began! We had enough to give a whole bagful of winter items to each child! Thank you so much to...

meet her | boniswa

Boniswa  /  22  /  full-time employee at Woolworths  /  mother of Khwezi  /  born in the Eastern Cape My dream is to become a somotologist. I love modeling, beauty, hair and make-up and making other people feel beautiful. I plan to save money for somotology school by...

meet her | alettie

Alettie  /  36  /  buyer at Shoe City and owner, personal shopper and stylist of I Dress You  /  not married, no children … yet!  /  born in Namaqualand From a very young age I dreamt of being a successful business woman. At the time I didn’t know exactly what that...

launching little voices

Every child deserves a champion – an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection, and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be. Rita F. Pierson As the Her Voice babies grow up into beautiful and healthy little...

meet her | lucinda

Lucinda  /  24  /  works with youth at Legacy Community Development as a facilitator  /  mother of three-year-old Agcobile  /  born in Kayamandi, Western Cape My biggest dream is to own an NGO with an orphanage where I can adopt and raise kids, but at the same time...

meet her | thuli

Bathulile  /  24  /  part-time office administrator and sometimes cleaner at NEHAWU, studying office administration at Net Grow Youth Development  /  mother of two-year-old Khethelo and three-month-old Zethembe  /  born in Stellenbosch, Western Cape I want to become...

the long walk to freedom

As parents in South Africa, ignoring the history of our country is simply not an option... Our children are still little, but very soon they’ll start asking questions about their own identities and about their (and our) place in society. And as their parents we have...

meet her | ntauleng

Ntauleng  /  22  /  beauty consultant at Red Square  /  mother of one-year-old Liyana  /  born in Lesotho My dream is to become a social worker to help needy children. My mom passed away in 2003 and my granny in 2009. When my grandpa got married to someone else he...

to the brave one

Adoption is a subject the comes up at Her Voice. And while our hope is that every mum will receive enough support and help to be able to raise her baby, there are potential situations of crisis where the option of adoption might make all the difference. Celeste and...

meet her | celeste

Celeste  /  29  /  school counsellor at Stellenbosch High School, partner at Bright Owl Paper Goods  /  adoptive mother-to-be of a little boy  /  born in Bellville, Western Cape One of my “little girl” dreams is to live in Brooklyn, New York with my family, owning a...