King Williams Town Soup Kitchen
MSC BUSINESS COLLEGE KWT CAMPUS in partnership with the Methodist Church of King Williams Town is currently running a soup kitchen on Tuesday’s and Friday’s for the disadvantaged. They also have an arrangement with Pick ’n Pay as well as Mobuvula (a local butchery) who make considerable bread and meat donations to keep the soup kitchen running on a weekly basis.
Mind Skill Character Arts Festival
MSC BUSINESS COLLEGE BENONI CAMPUS together with Intuthuko Art Productions successfully organised a 7day Arts festival with learners. This initiative was planned to keep learners busy during the Easter holidays and off the streets. The festival ran from 31 March to 6 April 2012 and was based around drama, dance, poetry and music. It was one of the biggest programmes which included hosting 34 performing arts organisations with a capacity of more than 1500 young artists participating, the Community leaders, Church leaders, Principals of the schools and other Stake holders. Arts and Culture is another way of creating moral regeneration in celebrating our African pride. The Mind Skill Character Arts Festival will take place on the 27 August 2012 for all Secondary schools in Daveyton. Well done Benoni!
Ekurhuleni’s Duduza- Tornado victims
The tornado which swept through Ekurhuleni’s Duduza community on the 2nd of October 2011 had left some residents homeless and certain families lost the little they had. MSC Business College Benoni students and staff were touched by this unfortunate act of nature and committed themselves in assisting the community in restoring their livelihood.
MSC BENONI CAMPUS has reached out by offering a bursary to an unemployed woman who had suffered a major loss to study a qualification of her choice in 2012 to assist in improving her situation. The Campus has also reached out by supplying stationery to learners, so they can continue with their School work. Furthermore, the college has partnered with Gift of the Givers Foundation, in setting up tents for the homeless. The Principal of MSC Business College Benoni, Pieter Vrey is committed to supporting and restoring the community of Duduza.