CHILD WELFARE TSHWANE - HISTORY
In 1968 two independent committees were established for the coloured and black communities. The coloured committee was responsible for Eersterust, where a feeding scheme was established for
The first student supervisor was appointed in 1970 In 1972 the Jacaranda Ball was first held by the Eersterust community. As a fundraising event it proved to be extremely successful and at the first Ball R 5000 was raised.
1962 : In-service training for social workers
1964 : Supervision
Indian branch broke away from Pretoria Child Welfare and formed their own autonomous society, affiliated to the National Council.
The foundation of the Pretoria North branch.
Branch in Mayville
The organisation appointed its first QUALIFIED social worker in 1937
Branch in East Lynn and Hercules in 1938
A place of SAFETY was which provided short-term
accommodation for children awaiting placement.