Our Programmes

Our programmes and other initiatives are implemented through a partnership-based approach.

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Communities & Justice

The Communities and Justice Programme is a flagship of the Safer South Africa Foundation, initiated in 2012. Read more

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Community Dialogues

The SSAF Community Dialogues Programme was established as an innovative community engagement process. Read more

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National Safety Debates

In quest of innovative solutions for community safety and transformation in South Africa’s Criminal Justice System. Read more

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Policy & Research

At Safer South Africa Foundation, we are dedicated to improving the integration of local knowledge and research-based evidence into policy-making. Read more

‘South Africa – a safer place to work, rest and play’

Safer South Africa Foundation operates in line with Vision 2030 as set out in the National Development Plan to build safer communities and a just society. In doing so, engaging communities is an important part of our work.

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Silent Walk

Join in on the 3rd Annual Silent Walk in Commemoration of the International Week of the Deaf community.

  • Date: 28 September 2019
  • Start and Finish @ Zoo Lake Sports Club
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As crime changes its face, collectively, we need to find new crime fighting strategies and solutions to empower and mobilise communities.

Dr Tshenuwani FarisaniChairperson: Safer South Africa Foundation

Children are citizens too and they have a role to play in building a safer South Africa. Let us work together to inform them; create awareness; and educate them about their rights and responsibilities.

Gen. Riah PhiyegaCEO | Safer South Africa Foundation

As our nation grows, to ensure people’s safety, we need organisations such as the Safer South African Foundation to work with our members and the community.

Nkosinathi ThelediGeneral Secretary: POPCRU