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History’s Social Entrepreneurs
Abused Child: Don’t Let Another Child Become a Statistic
Simple, Early Triggers that Help Our Children to Learn
Leveraging Latent Capital to Foster Sustainability
A Global Debate Needs Local Voices
Corporate Social Responsibility As A Response to Disaster Risk Reduction
High Tech for Rural Development Actually Bridging the Divide?
A Global Goal on Gender Equality, Women’s Rights and Women’s Empowerment
AU Has Neglected Human Rights
Effective CSI Programmes Need Evaluation
Government’s ‘Name Dropping’ Proposal Trivialises a Major Administrative Breakdown
Africa: Whose Promise?
Kenya Balancing Act: Human Rights, Civil Society, Neo-Colonialism, and Democracy
Turning the Tide against Impunity for International Crimes: The Role of Civil Society
A Brave Spirit in Social Change
Latest Unemployment Figures Shock COSATU
Shifting Towards Social Entrepreneurship
State of the Internet in 2012/13: From a Civil Society Perspective
South Africa Needs Credible Leaders at the Helm of its Criminal Justice System
Celebrating Helen Suzman: A Bright Star in a Dark Chamber
Learning Through Doing: Lessons from a Review of DGMT’s Bursary Partners
Women’s Contribution to Freedom
State of Civil Society: Creating an Enabling Environment for Civil Society
Hypocrisy Behind the 'Meat Label Scandal'
The National Development Plan Can Improve Policing in South Africa
Signs of Trouble!
New Zimbabwean Constitution Gives Hope to Women and Girls
New Companies Act: Does Your Section 21/NPC Have to Adopt a New MOI
The Importance of HR Management in an NGO Environment
The ABCs of Taxes in the Nonprofit Sector
The South African Nonprofit Sector: Struggling to Survive, Needing to Thrive
Open Data Platforms: A Tool to Revolutionise Governance
Change Tax Laws to Make it Easier to Give
Building BRICS to End Poverty: ActionAid
South African Civil Society – Quo Vadis?
Tax Benefits of Registering as a PBO in South Africa
Eskom's Espionage Violates SA’s Freedom
It is Not too Late to Realise Rights in Our Constitution
Charity Gives Way to Social Investment
Equal opportunities for the Youth of South Africa: How Much has Changed Since 1994?

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