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Become a Care Practitioner with TAFTA

Book now for our next Care Practitioner Course. Deadline for applications and interviews 7 February 2017. CARE PRACTITIONERS COURSE 1 2017 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 and School Certificate (min Grade 10) & CV DURATION: 3 Months consisting of: • 12 Modules Theory • 5 Weeks Practical Training • 12 Assignments • Two written exams Only students who pass the tests and whose […]

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[December 9, 2016]

A beautiful day out at the TAFTA Trail Run

Thank you to all those who took part in our TAFTA Trail Run last Sunday 20 November. The weather played it’s part – giving us a dry, warm day for running through the beautiful trails. Well done to all who participated – with 480 entries it was a great morning out for families and friends to help raise funds for the Durban elderly. A huge thanks to Dave Ward events for the organisation and all the volunteers and folk from Riverside Trail for helping out on the day. To view […]

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[November 23, 2016]

Care Practitioners Graduation November 2016

Congratulations to our Care Practitioners who graduated in our last course for the year. For more information about our Care Practitioners course for next year please contact Helen Cosnett on 031 3323721

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[November 23, 2016]

Tafta residents create garments for the Wearable Library

What if your dress, jacket, or cardigan could speak? What if they could tell you the stories they were privy to in the places they were made? What if you could ‘meet’ the people who made them? This is the thinking behind Shwe: The Wearable Library, which creates and markets garments that carry within their threads the stories and memories of woman in the city of Durban who create them. According to the website, “We live in a time when everything is disposable, and carries an almost weightless history, as […]

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[November 3, 2016]

Join Charmain Shandu, Manager of Regional Broker Marketing at Old Mutual, at the Tafta Trail Run

Come dressed in festive socks … the longer, louder and funkier the better! We want our event to be splashed with colour and fun to show our elderly that we not only care, but are pulling up our socks to make a difference in their lives! Participants are also encouraged to bring along a toiletry item for our Christmas Cheer Box campaign. Small toiletry items that we take for granted can be luxuries for those in need, so bring something to spoil an elderly person or take care of their […]

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[October 27, 2016]