Following the call for help from Councillor Lindani Zulu, the ward.65 Councillor, communities and stakeholders meeting was held on the 19th November 2016. Believers Care Society extended its geographic location by starting a skills development Centre at Denver which is located at No.10 David Street, on the 1st February 2017.

The purpose of the establishment was as a response to address youth developmental service need of the communities of Denver, Mangolongolo, Malvern, Jeppestown, Cleveland and its surrounding communities. These areas has amongst others the poorest households, which is evident in the number of informal settlement located in one catchment area which includes Denver squatter camp, Mangolongolo, Jumpers and Princess. The prevalence of men’s hostels in the area has contributed to migration of wives and families from the rurals, mainly of Kwazulu Natal to join their husbands thereby given rise to high invent of squatter camps, population density and increased need for service delivery in which the youth are mostly affected

The skills centre houses also the Health promotion programmes that provide services on Disease awareness and control {DAC} project, focusing on communicable diseases, working with the Gauteng department of health and the local clinics.


  • Skills Development
  • Job centre
  • Business mentorship and support
  • Health promotion through awareness and treatment campaign
  • Advisory services
  • Youth club activities
  • Social change programmes

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