WHAT WE DO
Netzer South Africa Summer Machaneh is our biggest and best event. Every year, Netzernicks from all over Southern Africa travel down to Back 2 Basics Adventure Campsite in Grabouw, 65km south-east of Cape Town, for the best 2 weeks of their lives. Grabouw is the commercial centre for the Elgin Valley, the largest single export fruit producing area in Southern Africa.
Shnat Netzer is a 10 month gap year program in Israel for Post Matric Netzernicks. It is an ideal program for anyone wishing to experience Israel from a Progressive perspective. Shnatties get the opportunity to experience everything Israel has to offer. Below is some more detailed information about the structure of the program.
Alternating between the dry highveld of Gauteng and the humid climates of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Netzer South Africa hosts an amazing Winter Machaneh in the June/July holidays.
Netzer South Africa has branches in Gauteng, Durban and Cape Town, where we engage Channichim from Grade 1 – 12 in different activities throughout the year.
Rosh Cape Town
Shnat Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or
Follow our Facebook Page to stay updated!
Mini Machaneh Hitchadshut! We are super excited to announce our first Mini Mach of the year happening in Cape Town at the lovely facilities of Back 2 Basics! For More information follow the link to go to our Facebook page Nilmad V’Na’aseh! We Will Learn and We Will Do!
By: Gila Efrat Havdallah services have always been a special part of Netzer for me. There is something very spiritual about singing together in that environment, altogether with our arms linked as we feel the golden light of the candle. I wish everyone could have the same experience, because it is beautiful and definitely one[…]
Written by: Kendyll Jacobson (Mazkira) Netzer SA’s Mazkirut spent the past weekend in Johannesburg. Shabbat was spent at the Sandton Shul with all the youth movements who form the Zionist Youth Council. We were treated to wonderful guest speakers as well as afforded the opportunity to form new friendships with our peers What’s more is[…]
Written By: Michaela Symons (Keshet) Camp is a highlight of every channies year. You make new friendships, strengthen current ones and reconnect with older ones. There’s food, games, the beach, pool time and so much more. However all too soon the two weeks are up and it’s all over. School begins and you start to[…]
Written By: Kathryn Henning (Rosh Gauteng) On Sunday, we hosted the first ever Mitzvah Day in collaboration with both Bet Daivd and Beit Emanuel Synagogues, at the West Park Cemetery. Equipped with hats, water, some buckets and sponges, we first had a bit of a walk around the area. We had a quick stop at[…]
The Mazkirut of 2015 The Mazkirut body is made up of volunteers who are high school graduates that have grown up in the movement. Each person has a unique talent to bring to the team, whether it is through their official role, friendships and unconditional support of each other or their integral part in running our amazing events.[…]
Written By: Kendyll Jacobson (Netzer South Africa) In South Africa, we learn from a young age about diversity and unity, about how human beings are all different, about how unity makes a larger impact on situations and that we need to be united fronts for whatever we choose to be a part of. These concepts[…]
Netzer is proud to be a part of the new campaign initiated by SAUJS South Africans are proud to be Jewish South Africans have the right to freedom of speech South Africans are proud to be Zionist We won’t tolerate anti-semitism South Africans have the right to freedom of association #DUT-SRC-DISGRACE
Netzer South Africa strongly condemns the statements released and actions taken by the Student Representative Council (SRC) of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) initially demanding Jewish students to deregister as well as furthering the situation by adding all Zionists and students who believe that the state of Israel’s existence should too deregister. These actions[…]
Our amazing, beloved Jes has officially left for Shnat! She’ll spend the next year living, learning and growing with her Shnat group in Israel. So much to do and explore, and we’re all so proud of her! We threw her a little going away party in as many cities as possible on her way to[…]