Updates

Highlights from our programmes, events and day-to-day news.

10th Anniversary Fundraiser

Join us to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Adonis Musati Project

Positive and inspiring feedback from the Peer Counsellor Support Programme has galvanised the McWalter family into action. They are aspiring to new heights in a drive to raise much needed funds for the Adonis Musati Project, and will attempt to Mount summit Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in October 2017, to plant a flag for AMP! Their goal is to raise R100,000 for AMP through sponsorship from the community. Funds will be used specifically for our new adolescent programme and trauma counselling unit. 

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Press

Articles about the Adonis Musati Project, our work and our inspiration.

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Christian Science Monitor

A Zimbabwe native helps refugees from her country in South Africa.

Terry Hodson drives behind a white station wagon, almost identical to her own, carrying fellow volunteers around the curve of the road and under the highway overpass. In the shadows, five men huddle around a fire. Two wave. The others just stare.

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IOL News

From Zim to the Cape, boy tells of journey

He is only 15 years old, but earlier this year Tapiwa Chiwanda embarked on a gruelling four-day journey from his home in Kwekwe, Zimbabwe, to Cape Town. Here, he hoped to start a new life and find a way to support his younger sister - their parents are both dead - but instead Tapiwa ended up living under a bridge, hungry and cold. His guardian angel came in the form of local NGO the Adonis Musati Project...

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BBC News

Zimbabwean dies queuing for visa

A Zimbabwean job-seeker who collapsed and died in Cape Town last week, is said to have succumbed to starvation. Adonis Musati, 23, was a police officer in Chimanimani in eastern Zimbabwe, but the economic crisis led him to South Africa to try to support his family. He had spent a month at the Home Affairs Refugee Centre, trying to get a work permit, reportedly with nothing to eat, sleeping in a cardboard box.