Research scientist and philanthropist Dr. Richard Komp reveals that virtually all of the more than a billion people who live without access to electricity could have power to light their homes and schools and run their hospitals.
Department of Health and Social Development of the City of Tshwane/Pretoria and the Church of Scientology Pretoria teamed up help 130 youth ages 10-16 succeed in life.
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Pretoria and the Middelburg, South Africa, chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World have taken on the challenge of tackling crime and drugs in this crime-ridden town.
Joining forces those marching to end racism, Youth for Human Rights South Africa is determined to accomplish Mandela's dream of ending discrimination in any form.
Some 130 Christian religious leaders from throughout South Africa commemorated the birth of Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard on March 13, 1911, by honoring him for dedicated to freedom and helping mankind.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour receives classic Ashanti welcome.
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour provides training in Kumasi's local schools.
Organized by the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office in Washington, D.C., an event features representatives of The Gambia and an American entrepreneur working to raise awareness and connect African Americans to their roots.
Courses prepare group for much-needed work in poverty-stricken Vosloorus Township in Gauteng
Local ministers adopt Scientology Volunteer Ministers program forming and leading Volunteer Ministers groups in their communities to bring urgently need change to township.
As the driving force behind a network of Drug-Free World Africa teams—saturating every segment of South African society with the truth about drugs—Maurithus (Mau) Meiring was recognized November 28 as a runner-up at the 2015 South African Men of the Year Gala Dinner Awards Ceremony.