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The Perks of (Not) Being A Wallflower

Khotso is a young woman with big dreams. “I want to be a brain surgeon or a biomedical engineer,” she says, brimming with quiet pride. It wasn’t always this way. Before Khotso met her Video Mentor, Rachel, who she has been working with since 2016, the young teen had her […]

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Conversation with Dingani

Dingani, now 19, and living in a group home on the outskirts of Johannesburg, wasn’t expecting much when he became a Net Buddy 8 years ago. “I didn’t really see the point of it,” he admits. Then his Video Conversations with Mary-Jo started and his perspective shifted. “You get to […]

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Infinite Family Celebrates National Women’s History Month!

At the opening of the first parliament in 1994, President Nelson Mandela declared, “Freedom cannot be achieved unless women have been emancipated from all forms of oppression…” “Our endeavors must be about the liberation of the woman, the emancipation of the man and the liberty of the child. With the […]

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Our 2014 Ends on a Note of New Beginnings

It’s wonderful to approach a new year with excitement and anticipation – it prolongs the joy of the holiday season and energizes us all to return to Infinite Family’s mission of helping Africa’s teens develop the self-reliance they need to become successful adults. 2014 at Infinite Family was full of […]

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The Gift of Choices

I love December.  More than any other month of the year, December reminds me of what I consider to be my most precious possession – the ability to make choices, every day, countless times each day.  Wake to radio or music, eat cereal or eggs, drink coffee or tea, wear […]

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