As you may well know, the Mission has been in the news lately and many allegations have been levelled against the leaders of the Mission. News24 has driven this smear campaign and has called a ban on aQuellé products. aQuellé have supported us in helping over 18 500 troubled youth through our 21-day Restoration Program to date, free of charge. Because of this ban driven by News24, many retailers have now stopped ordering aQuellé products.
This notice serves to convey our confirmation that there is nothing wrong at the Mission. As with the witnesses hired against Naboth, most of these allegations are falsified testimonies that contradict the testimonies of other witnesses. The Mission is also not a cult, as a cult does not care about the needs of others. The allegations of gross human rights abuses, as currently being portrayed by News24, are also not true.
Two individuals have used the media and digital platforms to spread many rumours and fabricated stories about the Mission and our Zulu leadership. This has forced our leadership to open cases against these individuals. They are a small group with business minds who are not mindful of the needs of the rural community, and who want to take over the businesses which have supported our work, for themselves.
Please visit www.ksb.org.za and www.kwasizabantulives.com should you have some words of encouragement for us. You can also forward your testimony through WhatsApp to friends and family and email your messages and testimonies to [email protected] and they will be added to these websites.
Please pray for us during this difficult and painful time.
Public Comment on the Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services has invited the public to comment on the Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill.
Click on the link below and submit your comment:
Listen to Community Radio Broadcasting Events
CYPSA radio times:
- CYPSA youth program: Wednesday 17:00
- Evening devotions: 18:30
- Sunday service 11:00
Then click the Listen Live button at the top right of the website to start streaming.
COVID-19 Portal: Latest Confirmed Cases in South Africa
Click on the link below to access NICD COVID-19 case statistics:
The Hidden Dangers of Working from Home During the COVID-19 Epedemic
As increasing numbers of people are required to work from home due to COVID-19 related measures implemented by their employers, or have resorted to self-isolation, a surge in reports of anxiety, depression, addiction and suicides has been noted by experts.
CYPSA Report 10 May 2020 - Follow Up With Previous Intakes
During the 2020 lock-down, the CYPSA office phoned young men that had previously completed our 21-day CYPSA Restoration Programme, to check on their progress...
Durban Schools Drug Awareness Campaign with Toyota SA
In February this year, CYPSA conducted a Drug Awareness Campaign, in partnership with Toyota SA, visiting schools in various drug affected communities in the Durban area.
Click the link below to read the full report:
CYPSA Awareness Campaigns
Department of Health COVID-19 Resource Portal
Click the link below to access the Department of Health COVID-19 Resource Portal
Click the link below for updated worldwide COVID-19 statistics.
Due to the corona virus in South Africa, we will not accept any further intakes for the 21-day Restoration Program until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Say NO to Comprhensive Sexual Education (CSE) in South African Schools
The new CSE Curriculum introduced in South African schools in 2020 will expose children as young as approximately 10 years old to explicit sexual material and lessons explaining sexual relations in the classroom.
Click the link below to sign the petition against CSE. 150 000+ signatures collected...
Pamphlet: Teaching Life Orientation
Click below to download our Pamphlet which offers guidelines and tips for South African LO teachers.
King Zwelithini Says NO to CSE
King Goodwill Zwelithini has blasted plans by the Department of Education to introduce sex education to Grade 4 learners at primary schools.
Read the full article below:
Dowload CYPSA Anti-CSE Petition Form
Download the form, print copies and collect signatures against CSE in your communities.
Completed forms can be posted to CYPSA, Private Bag X252, Kranskop, 3268.
Proposed CSE Study Guides Release
Click on the link to access proposed CSE study guides for various grades. Find the links to the study guides at the bottom of the article.
Have your say on proposed land (and property) expropriation without compensation...
Click the link below to submit you opinion on land (and property) expropriation without compensation.
CYPSA Restoration Programme
CYPSA runs a three week (21 day) Restoration Programme for those struggling with addictions and other challenges.
We do not charge for this Programme and meals and accommodation are provided.
Those wishing to enroll in the Programme must finance their transport to our head office as well as the transport for their return home after the completion of the 21 day Programme.
Minors must be accompanied by an older person who will sign them into the Programme.
Those attending the Programme must arrive with the following items:
- Original ID book or temporary ID
- Clothing and toiletries
Kindly note: Due the overwhelming need across the country and the resulting high level of intakes, we are currently enrolling only first-time visitors in our Restoration Programme.
Intake hours are from 9:00am - 15:00pm. Please call 032 481 5742 for further information.
CYPSA thanks Rev. Erlo Stegen for his donation of a new Sprinter to reach communities around the country with our CYPSA drug awareness campaigns.
Crime and drugs are destroying our peers and now it is possible for us, with our own wheels, to reach out to our peers and show them the way out of drugs and crime.
May God bless you!
South African Educators Speak Out on Dagga Legalisation
CYPSA realizes that many South Africans are concerned about the direction in which S.A. is heading.
As an organization representing grass-roots communities across the country, we invite all concerned South Africans from all cultures, races and communities to share (anonymously if so wished) their concerns with us:
Email us - [email protected]
CYPSA believes in nation building and strives towards a better future for all!