DreamWorker News & Views August 2015
DreamWorker Link of Love newsletter
As the world once again honoured the late Nelson Mandela on 18 July with 67 minutes of community work, we at DreamWorker know that helping the unemployed into work opportunities is our gift of pure love, day after day after day.

For almost 7 years now, we have worked continuously to help the unemployed of Madiba’s beloved South Africa.

So it is with great pride that we can shout out this happy message.

Every single day a person who has been interviewed and has registered with us goes out to work, we call it a workday.  One day of work. One person. And then one more.
Until we reach a million!

That is how we can all make a difference to the future of this country. One small moment and then another.

And in so doing, add a little more shine to the colours of our Rainbow Nation! << Read more >>


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Did you know?

Since October 2008 DreamWorker has:
  • Interviewed, registered, supported, empowered and inspired over 19,000 unemployed people.
  • Facilitated over 1,4 million days of work for people in the domestic, business, retail, food and industrial sectors.
  • Generated over R193 million worth of wages for the previously unemployed!
Our subsidiary programme,  Link of Love, has been raising funds separately, to allow unemployed people to work in the community (R100 a day).
  • Since its inception Link of Love has raised enough money to facilitate 3,063 days of paid community work.
  • This has resulted in R306 300 being put into the hands of the unemployed!


Please help us to keep unemployed people working in the schools, aged homes and more.

Every donation of R100 goes into the hands of someone, who reaches out to work for someone else.


Please Link your Love for just R100.

Donate 1% of net profit to us and SARS will reduce your tax bill!


It has been our delight to assist a large number of candidates to join the Feedem Pitseng Learnership programme. One such candidate is Zukiswa (Zukie) Kaspile who grabbed the opportunity to “Learn and Earn” with both hands.

“I have always loved learning new skills and have taken up plenty of short term opportunities recently. While I have been unable to gain full time employment, I have used the time to learn more.That is how I gained my code 8 drivers licence and did some basic computer and office admin courses too. I really love cooking, so this opportunity to do a one year learnership in this field was so exciting for me” she explains. Employer, Elmarie Louw was delighted with the service she received from DreamWorker, while recruiting her new candidates. << Read more about Zukie here >>


Nhlanhla Kheswa has always enjoyed working with his hands. He began his career as a plumbing assistant but like so many South Africans, found himself retrenched and unable to find more employment. He decided to return to college and study Electrical Engineering part time and it was while on campus that he heard about the Worklink/DreamWorker programme and registered for work.

<< Read more about Nhlanhla here >>


Maningi Ndovela grew up in Bhomela about 10 km outside Port Shepstone. She matriculated at Merlewood Secondary School before going on to study Public Management at Esayidi TVET College and completing her N6 Certificate in 2013. She then took up part time work as a waitron but was always on the lookout for an opportunity to work in an office.

<< Read more about Maningi here >>


When Paul Jumaad and Muneeb Johnson joined DreamWorker as volunteers post their Chrysalis Training programme in 2014, little did they realise what gifts lay hidden in their offering to help.

Meet Paul:
Paul is now on a full time 12 month learnership with the Red and Yellow School of Advertising and Marketing and loving every minute. “This is an awesome opportunity and an awesome agency. I am loving every aspect of the course, but mostly graphic design, which I hope to take further after I graduate. I have learned so much, become much more responsible in my own life and discovered my creativity, my passion for design and boosted my self esteem hugely. In fact, I can now even stand and present in front of large groups!”

Meet Muneeb:
Muneeb has joined DreamWorker fulltime. As a volunteer, he soon proved himself indispensable to the DreamTeam, helping with sourcing, administration and his personal favourite, all IT related issues. It was always his secret wish to stay on fulltime and that is exactly what he has manifested. << Read more about Muneeb >>

Meet Nicole:

When Nicole Davids completed her training at Chrysalis she was initially placed as a volunteer in another organisation, but her first choice was always DreamWorker. She was therefore delighted to receive a call that a space was available for her.

<< Read more about our Volunteers here >>


Meet Yonela:
Yonela Panziso dreams of qualifying as a social worker one day. She has always loved connecting with and helping people and can be found most weekends out in her community, doing good deeds for someone. “I have learned to be grateful for everything I have. Here at DreamWorker we get to hear so many sad stories of people struggling with their lives.
<< Read more about Yonela here >>

Meet Bantu:
Bantu Qaba has a long term dream of becoming a chef. Owing to financial issues, he cannot fulfil that dream just yet, so he decided that he would lend a hand at DreamWorker and enjoy making a contribution towards bettering the lives of others.
<< Read more about Bantu here >>

Meet Yonelani:
Yonelani Maseti completed her 3rd year in Office Administration at the College of Cape Town before joining DreamWorker. “What drew me to DreamWorker was not only the opportunity to help people, which always excites me, but also the opportunity to work in an office environment. I have studies home based care too, so I have a real desire to help others. 
<< Read more about Yonelani here >>


It was a chilly day, but hearts were warm as Tania Bownes and some DreamTeam helpers treated the “oldies” at Ryburg Terrace and their regular, unemployed assistants, to a morning of Ageless Grace. 10 unemployed ladies take good care of the people of Ryburg terrace every month, thanks to ongoing donations to DreamWorker’s Link of Love programme. What a true “Link of Love”.



Please help us to keep unemployed people working in the schools, aged homes and more.

Every donation of R100 goes into the hands of someone, who reaches out to work for someone else.

PLEASE JOIN OUR LINK OF LOVE. (all donations 100 percent tax deductible)


Thank you!

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With love from the DreamWorker/Link of Love team
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