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JHC’s contribution to the fight against gender-based violence in South Africa

Gender-based violence (GBV) is a crisis that many countries around the world have been grappling with for years. However, in recent times, this issue has intensified by alarming rates in South Africa. 

The gender-based violence statistics for 2020 indicate an increase of violence in South Africa, particularly against women, children and members of the LGBTQ+ communities. According to...Read more

 

What JHC does to try and bring safe and fun activities for children

As a parent or parent-to-be, when searching for a flat to rent in Johannesburg, you have a few items to check off your list. You may want to consider safety, spaciousness, affordability and whether it is child-friendly. 

Since this is important to you, it's also important to us at JHC. We strive to offer an affordable, community-based neighbourhood that's also a safe environment for your child. Children are...Read more

 

How JHC encourages healthy housing and healthy living

Living in healthy housing is important for everyone, whether you own or rent a home. There are a number of factors that make a healthy home. These include cleanliness, pest control, adequate ventilation, consistent maintenance and safety.  

However, due to the economic conditions in South Africa, the majority of citizens are low-income earners. As a result, many families are exposed to harmful housing, which significantly...Read more

 

What we've been up to at JHC over lockdown

It is safe to say that 2020 didn’t go as planned. The coronavirus pandemic has shifted our lives, forcing us to adapt to a new world. A world where we’re under a national lockdown. Now, we have to abide by lockdown restrictions and rules such as staying at home as much as possible, social distancing, sanitising, and wearing a mask every time we leave the house. 

The new normal has been challenging for everyone, including our tenants...Read more

 

How JHC's affordable housing impacts families and communities

South African citizens are burdened with responsibilities they can’t afford to pay for. This is because the majority of low to mid-income earners live paycheck to paycheck. And, for many individuals in this group, the cost of housing consumes a large amount of their income. For some, homelessness is a glaring reality and living in or near affordable housing seems like an unattainable dream.

These challenges force...Read more

 

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