Rearing: workshops to help parents raise children

2009-07-21 00:00

THE Children To Children Foundation will be hosting parenting workshops to help parents to raise their children.

The first workshop will be at the Sinodale Centre (Corner Boshoff Street and Burger Street) on July 25 from 2 pm to 5 pm. Other workshops will be held in Durban, Howick, rural areas and townships to reach out to parents from different backgrounds.

The workshop aims to empower parents, especially single parents, with the key aspects to raising children.

To book, call Slindile Nxumalo at 072 839 2831 or e-mail Future workshops will focus on “Choosing the best nanny for your kids” and “How to cope as a single dad — playing Mrs Dad”.

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