Career Explore

Honestly I think this team is probably the biggest success story for myDunoon this year. Proud doesn’t even begin to explain how we feel about the 4 youth that represented us as a finalist team in 2015 Innovate the Cape…

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Music and Arts Festival

Our first official collaboration between the City of Cape Town and myDunoon. We believe that representing the people of Du Noon it is our responsibility to assist with all efforts directed towards our community. So when the city team invited…

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Womens Day

After discussing how to celebrate this month, the men suggested we use our monthly event to honour the women in our community. We mixed it up by using our community hall as a venue instead of our usual outside park…

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Mandela Day

Mandela day. Our great father who did so much for our country. We decided to put down the mics for the day and serve our community by picking up the trash. With some visitors from town we pulled up our…

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Inspire Camp

On Friday the 3rd of July 18 Students packed into cars, the sight of Du Noon in our rearview mirror we made our way to the Haweques mountains. A weekend to remember. One student shared how they had never even…

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The First Event

The first event for myDunoon took place on Saturday the 7th of March. It was as successful as a first event could be, and although we had nothing really to compare it too, a few hundred people were engaged. Around…

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Youth Day event

The weather was threatening to not play along, but nothing could dampen the celebrations. Celebrating the powerful effect a group of united and determined young people can have on the world, we did what we do best. Beautiful poetry, songs…

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Mandela Day Clean Up

Mandela day. Our great father who did so much for our country. We decided to put down the mics for the day and serve our community by picking up the trash. With some visitors from town we pulled up our…

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Xenophobia- no thanks

The week before news headlines read “xenophobia spreads across country”. The community seemed to be intentionally avoiding the topic as we are still recovering from the 2008 riots that spread across Cape Town from Du Noon. Unfortunately it was at…

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