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Stunning South Africa

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Stunning South Africa

Photographs for Stunning South Africa

Make An Impact in South Africa

Causes in South Africa

World Pix gives to many South Africa causes. Every time we visit South Africa, we don’t want to leave!

We fall in love with the beautiful people and this beautiful country many times over.

Here is an overview of this amazing country and our South Africa Causes.

South Africa Photos

Our Efforts in South Africa


South Africa, located at the southern most tip of the continent of Africa, has many things to offer the tourist.

Capetown is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with long white sand beaches, modern downtown and vibrant nightlife. Capetown also has penguins, which serve to remind you of how close you are to Antarctica, and how truly special and unique the ecology of this region is.

Geography and Population

South Africa lies at the southern end of the African continent, where the Atlantic and Indian oceans come together.

For a long time in the past centuries South Africa was governed by whites, although about 80 % of the population are blacks. In the 1990s the election of the first black president , Nelson Mandela opened a new chapter of South African history.

Social Problems

Juxtaposed against this unique and interesting background are some complicated social problems. HIV infects roughly two out of ten people in South Africa, but only 16% of the total population is covered by private healthcare.

The remaining 84% must use the public healthcare system which has chronic shortages of staff and supplies.

HIV/AIDS and Children

With HIV infection comes AIDS, and children who are orphaned when their parents have died from disease.  It is estimated that there are 1,200,000 orphans in South Africa.

Unfortunately, anti-retrovirus are not always easy to come by.  In 2009, a bit over 50% of children in need of anti-retro viral therapy were receiving it.

Forty-seven percent of the population of South Africa makes less than the national poverty level of $43 per month, and more than one third of the population occupies 13% of the land.In 2008 the richest 10% of people earned 58% of the total income.

WorldPix Sponsored Organizations

World Pix has partnered with the following organizations in South Africa to make a difference in the lives of the people here.

Khaya Centre: Mount Olive

The Khaya Centre is a non-profit organization ministering  to the human needs of people infected and affected with HIV/AIDS and other terminal illness, while being the best provider in regards to community excellence and also providing spiritual support where needed.

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Outside Door of Hope Children's Mission, photo by Paul Lynch

Door of Hope

Door of Hope seeks to help meet the needs of abandoned, abused and orphaned children in South Africa, by providing loving and stable Christian environments, so that they may grow up to be people that have a positive effect in South Africa and the world.

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Hope Jones

The Hope Jones Foundation is a non-profit organization in Port Elizabeth, South Africa which was started with the goal to raise funds to enable children with mental and Physical challenges to reach their full potential.

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Sibahle Community Project

The Sibahle Community’s goal is to create a sustainable network of people in a community, working together to feed and care for each other, using human ingenuity and readily available resources.

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