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Bukho Bami Youth Centre is a youth empowerment organisation in Dobsonville, Soweto. Registered as a non-profit company in 2014 (2014/250666/08), Bukho Bami offers a wide range of targeted services, aimed at empowering and uplifting township youngsters.
Bukho Bami Youth Centre has gone to great lengths to assist underprivileged youths to further their education, enter scarce skills fields, become employable and attain employment or become entrepreneurs! Our alumni compromises of our matric class of 2017 and 2018 who are studying at various tertiary institutions across the country. These young men and women have received tertiary education funding from various sponsors through Bukho Bami Youth Centre. Our best wishes for all their future endevours!
Bukho Bami wrapped up 2018 on a high note! The 4th Annual Bukho Awards – in recognition of our beneficiaries’ cultural and academic excellence – were a resounding success! Addressed by His Royal Highness, Prince Cedza Dlamini, the prestigious event – attended by our local councilor, parents, development organisations and other stakeholders – was the culmination of a year of blood, sweat and tears.
On the 3rd of June 2019 Bukho Bami celebrated its 4th anniversary at Soweto Theatre. Amongst our guests were our stakeholders, community members, parents and our beneficiaries.
The 17th of July 2017 marks the first day of Bukho Camp. We took a shot left to Thaba Morula in Brits, Northwest. On this particular camp, HyundaiSA partnered with us and just over 120 youngsters went on the all-expenses paid camp. After two hours of travelling everyone settled in and the program started off with a dance workshop hosted by Red Bull. Our first day at camp ended off with a night walk in the wild under the stars.
Bukho Bami Youth Centre attended the launch of the Agri Teen Symposium which was a gathering of stakeholders in the agricultural sector. Held on the 21st of March 2018, at the Agricultural Research Council . the event successfully transferred information, knowledge and passion from industry experts to almost 300 grade 10-12 township youths from disadvantaged environments.
442 Mogorosi Street, Dobsonvill, 1863
011 989 0170/1