Aspiring film producer Lyndall Stephenson on her What’s Your Story? experience in SAread more
It was the apartheid government’s Group Areas Act that forced Russel Abrahams and his family to move out of the city of Johannesburg to Lenasia in the South of Johannesburg, after it had been marked as one of the residential areas that would house the Indian...read more
Heartlines’ storytelling campaign to penetrate diverse, multicultural, multilingual communities in KZNread more
Our campaign continues to grow bringing reconciliation, social cohesion and fostering trust towards one another.
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As a young boy growing up in Heideveld on the Cape Flats, Preston Jongbloed dreamed about becoming a professional football player and flying on a plane.
When we take time to know people from other generations, our experiences are enriched by theirs. Justine and Ivy have decades between them, but their bond is made strong by mutual respect and love.read more
“Storytelling can bring understanding and healing.”
As a foreign national moving to South Africa, Pastor Stephen Mzee has not had the easiest life. But he knows the power of storytelling in shaping perceptions of “the other.” He shared his story with his congregation and saw profound results through the What’s your Story process.read more
“Al lank voor dit het ek kos as ‘n crutch gebruik.”
Amanda vertel oor haar stryd met eating disorders, wat na daarna toe gelei het en haar daaglikse geveg om dit te oorwin.
“Young people love telling stories about themselves but they don’t like being vulnerable.”
Nathan Carolissen is a youth pastor at Every Nation, a Cape Town church that has rolled out What’s your Story. He shares about overcoming issues of identity as a young person, and he reflects on how the storytelling process has impacted the lives of the young people in his youth group.read more
Growing up under the apartheid regime, René recalls how her own family was almost torn apart because of different skin tones.