The Progressive Jewish youth movement, Netzer, provides regular events for young people ranging from Grade 1 to post-matric
Netzer appoints an almost entirely new leadership for 2009, most of them graduates of the 2008 leadership tour in Israel.
What happens when the youth are no longer so young? They join TaMaR, the young adults movement
Netzer South Africa celebrates its 30th birthday at Winter Camp Hashra'ah, or "Inspiration"
Letters home from Netzerniks enjoying the 2009 shnat in Israel, give a sense of the fun they're having
Get a taste of the fun you can have with Netzer, from our report and photographs of the December camp at Glencairn, near Cape Town.
Pictures from the 2006 summer camp
Meet Netzer Gauteng's 2007-2008 shaliach, Michael Szczupak, previously an instructor in an Israeli youth movement.
The youth movement Netzer took 13 madrichim
on a study tour of Israel in 2007 to learn about Progressive Judaism and independent Zionism.
Netzer, the Progressive youth movement, runs two succesful mini-machanot during the April 2007 school holidays, one outside Cape Town, and one north of Johannesburg.
Minimach Chofesh, group picture
Twenty youngsters in Netzer shirts took on the Argus cycle challenge in 2007 ... for the sake of Progressive Judaism.