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Intergenerational communication is key

This February, Tafta encourages supporters to embrace the month of love (and beyond) by showing care and appreciation to those who first loved us ... our parents, grandparents and guardians who raised us, who are now the older generation.

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Hurting and helpless – help stop elder abuse

Please will you help keep our National Toll-Free Elder Abuse Helpline open? Your donation of any amount will ensure that elders in distress can get the help they need to escape abusive situations.

Rights of older people

Sawubona Campaign

In a world where ageism remains a pervasive issue, Tafta's new Sawubona Campaign aims to address age discrimination and promote the rights, protection, and dignity of older people.

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Keeping safe this festive season

From the 25th of November to the 10th December, South Africa joins the United Nations’ Campaign for 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence.


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If you are over the age of 60, Tafta is here for you.

A registered non-profit organisation (NPO 002093) and public benefit organisation (PBO), we offer a wealth of helpful information, advice and practical support to help you make the most of your golden years.

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We promote values of: Trust, Accountability, Transparency, Care, Respect, Integrity, Purpose, Service, Compassion, Environment.

We encourage all stakeholders in the spirit of these Values to support our Purpose: ‘To make dignity, growth and meaningful life a realistic prospect for all elders.’

These values are promoted through our work daily with our beneficiaries, stakeholders and general public and carried through to our messaging and advertising on print, broadcast, electronic and social media platforms.  As such, The Association for the Aged, has a zero tolerance policy for any vulgar or rude, threatening, abusive, discriminatory, cyber bullying or harassing comments on all our platforms.

Any comments identified as such will be removed from our platforms. Should the perpetrator persist, he or she will be blocked and reported.

For enquiries or reporting please contact us on 0313323721 or email