Save the date for TAFTA’s Corporate Golf Day Challenge

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Tafta’s Corporate Golf Day Challenge invites you to get ready to grab your clubs and swing for a good cause! Together we can make a difference to the lives of the elderly. Date: 16 May 2019 Venue: Durban Country Club Price: R4000 per 4-ball (package includes green fees, cart, halfway lunch and dinner) Format: 4-ball alliance, 2 scores to count Bookings: Ateesha Rampersad on 031 332 3721 or email ateesha@tafta.org.za
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Become a Care Practitioner – second intake for May 2019 now open

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All courses are taught in English; therefore students need to be proficient in the language. Course will be conducted at John Conradie House, 15 Prince Street, Durban. REQUIREMENTS: Certified copy of ID, School Certificate (min Grade 10), Curriculum Vitae (CV) and ID/Passport size photo. DURATION: 3 Months consisting of: • 12 Modules Theory – 5 Weeks • 5 Weeks Practical Training including Exam • 12 Assignments • Two written exams Only students who pass the tests and whose fees are fully paid will receive a certificate. FEE: R3500 for the […]
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Missing elder found safe

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Thank you to the Durban public for their outpouring of support in helping to locate missing elder, James de Bryn, who went missing in the Durban CBD on Tuesday 8 January 2019. “We are completely overwhelmed by the level of support, care and concern shown by community groups, members of the public and Tafta volunteers who worked tirelessly to find Mr de Bryn,” said Tafta CEO Femada Shamam. A resident of our John Dunn House in Wentworth, Mr de Bryn was safely transported back home on Wednesday, 9 January after […]
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These smiles belong to you

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Isn‘t it a lovely feeling – knowing that something you did brought a smile of pure happiness to someone’s face? Last December, friends like you brought literally thousands of smiles to the faces of our elders, who were able to enjoy a traditional festive lunch with all the trimmings on you! Apart from plenty of delicious food, there were festive decorations, music and dancing – all of which ensured our elders enjoyed a rare afternoon of fun, lively chatter and companionship. When asked what she enjoyed most about the day, […]
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