Partnership Redzebra foundation

Since 2015 Molo Lolo has helped Redzebra Foundation by donating a percentage of their annual turnover.

“Tell me, and I will forget. Show me and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.”

RedZebra Foundation

Is a registered non-profit that focuses on youth empowerment, using the performing arts to engage and connect young people. Furthermore, RedZebra Foundation creates safe spaces and connections for young people to discuss important issues around personal development and sexual and reproductive health and rights.

"We can Beat it!" Project

The "We can Beat it!" Project is an innovative life skills programme using the performing arts, drama, music and dance.

This comprehensive programme taking learners through intensive discussion groups, once a week. The content covers: Self-esteem, Sex & Sexuality, Changes in the Body, Healthy Relationships, HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence. Our peer educators use drumming, dance and drama, to keep the energy up and encourage open thinking and dialogue. They facilitate safe spaces were young people learn to trust each other, open up and think about solutions for issues they and their communities are facing.

Molololo and RedZebra Foundation

Besides the school programme, RedZebra Foundation also runs weekly out of school workshops at a children’s home in Rondebosch and with vulnerable youth in Nyanga (a low imcome area outside of Cape Town). So for every night a guest stays at the lodge or guesthouse, Molololo helps RedZebra Foundation to cover the cost for these workshops. Thus assisting young people with their personal development, confidence, self-esteem and communication skills.


If you would more information about RedZebra Foundation, our partnership or you want to assist Molololo and RedZebra Foundation to empower young people get in touch with us or [email protected]


“The ‘We Can beat It’ campaign is comprehensive in addressing “Lifeskills” and “Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights” issues for young people in South Africa. The roll out of the ‘We Can Beat it’ programme will assist the Department of Health in reaching our goals in the reduction of new HIV infections, teenage pregnancies and gender based violence.”

Msokoli Qotole

Deputy Director: Social Mobilisation, Department of Health, Western Cape Government

“Growing up for young people is very confusing, they have very few people of trust they can talk one it comes to sexuality and puberty. For most teenagers in my community, they can’t relate to their parents or teachers when it come to issues of puberty or romantic relationships. As RedZebra facilitators we create a safe space of not more than 12 young learners in one group at the school. By coming back every week and doing fun exercises using dance, drama and music we win involve the youth and establish trust. It is amazing how they open up, share their personal challenges and learn from each other and us. They would have hardly had a platform to share their challenges, ideas and discuss important issues if it was not for “WeCanBeatIt”. It really helps them to make better, informed choices when it comes to peer pressure and relationships.

Cynthia Njomane
RedZebra Foundation Workshop Facilitator at Ukhanyo Primary, Masiphumelele, Cape Town