The members of Habonim Dror Southern Africa confidently strive to:
Netzer South Africa: “Nilmad v’na’aseh’”– We will learn and we will do! Netzer South Africa is a Reform, Zionist Youth movement. Our ideology consists of 5 main ‘pillars’, by which we structure our movement. These pillars, and their explanations, are as follows:
By using our ideology to guide us, we empower the Progressive Jewish youth and help them develop their Jewish identities and a connection with Israel, as well as become active members of our wonderful South African society who are striving for peace and justice.
To contact a member of the Mazkirut [leadership body] of 2012, contact Sivan Zeffertt, National Mazkirah [chairperson], and she will gladly direct you to the correct member, and pass on the contact details of that member:
Bnei Akiva South Africa – The movement where the sun never stops shining! With around 2000 people involved in one of our numerous programs throughout the year (SA and Israel), the fun just never stops at Bnei!
Bnei SA is a branch of the World Bnei Akiva youth movement that has branches in 37 countries with over 125 000 people involved worldwide! Bnei SA has centres in Jo’burg, Cape Town and Durban where weekly activities take place and where our dedicated madrichim have lots and lots of fun with our chanichim and educate them in an informal and enjoyable way about topics like Torah, Israel and Am Yisrael.
The South African Union of Jewish Students is a non-profit organisation established to represent all Jewish Students at tertiary educational institutions throughout the country.
SAUJS aims to instill in our diverse members the ideals of our three pillars: Zionism, Jewish Identity and South Africa.
Our mission is to unite Jewish Students throughout South Africa, promote Jewish Identity, support the needs and interests of all Jewish Students, foster a positive relationship with Israel and create and promote programmes that seek to involve Students within the South African community.
SAUJS offers a variety of social events for students, such as parties, Shabbatonim, National Seminar, Onegei Shabbatot, and the Birthright Israel Tour.
We have community projects, Zionist exhibitions and aim to educate Jewish Students on their heritage and culture.