iKapa Dance Theatre offers support and mentorship to various other community based non-profit organisations who share the vision of developing and uplifting the community through the arts.
iKapa constantly support other groups with Transport, Organisations such as the Indoni Arts & Leadership Academy were assisted to secure a training space in Gugs, NEAD (Now Empowering Achievable Dreams) participated in Dancing to Connect with US based Battery Dance Company, mentors OneHeart – a performing arts group and the Maboneng Township Arts Experience are amongst our beneficiary groups and partners.
iKapa Dance Theatre in partnership with Maboneng Township Arts Experience started to organise tours to a day of arts and culture in Gugulethu. Partnering with the Maboneng gallery homes and Bonga Primary School Arts space for dance,drama,visual arts, music and sport where visitors can see the work happening in the community and the precinct were our festivals take place.
We have combined hosted and welcomed international students from Rutgers University in New Jersey, Tulane University in New Orleans, Northwestern University in Chicago and many tours through Coffeebeans Routes.
Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) for which Theo Ndindwa, director of iKapa and Siphiwe Ngwenya, director of Maboneng are alumni. Through this initiative, young African leaders connect with each other and contribute to strengthening democratic institutions, increasing economic growth, and enhancing peace and security in Africa.