As the country honoured the 94th birthday of former President Nelson Mandela on 18 July 2012, Khulumani Support Group launched a grassroots community journalism project called Madiba’s Voices to provide a way for Khulumani Youth Interactors to record stories that fall outside ‘mainstream’ media channels and to share them through the Madiba’s Voices blog.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is the national institution established to support constitutional democracy. It is committed to promote respect for, observance of and protection of human rights for everyone without fear or favour.
The unemployed seldom know why they are unemployed. They are unlikely to realise that they would be employed if labour law barriers were removed or relaxed.
Members of trade unions affiliated to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), civil society and members of the public are taking to the streets against the tolling of Gauteng Freeways. Taking place on 7 March 2012, the countrywide protest will also be used to reiterate COSATU’s call for the complete banning of labour broking in the country.
The SME Growth Index is the first and largest study of its kind to be undertaken in South Africa. It differs from previous studies in breadth, scope and intent. It is based on the experiences and perspectives of a Panel of 500 small businesses, across South Africa’s three major metropolitan areas. It delves into the wide spectrum of factors germane to the operation of a business. It also focuses on drivers behind SME survival and growth.
Memorandum for National Lotteries Board
Negotiators at the United Nations climate talks have narrowly avoided a collapse, agreeing to the bare minimum deal possible. The plan gets the Green Climate Fund up and running without any sources of funding, preserves a narrow pathway to avoid 4 degrees of warming and gets a second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol without key members.
Every MP who presses the green button to vote ‘yes’ for the Protection of [State] Information Bill (Secrecy Bill) will at that moment take personal responsibility for the first piece of legislation since the end of apartheid that dismantles an aspect of our democracy
Mark this day.
Depending on the actions of the 400 MPs in the National Assembly at 14h00, it will end as a day of triumph or shame for our adolescent democracy.
The Programme Director
The honourable Deputy Minister, Buti Manamela
Chairperson of National Lottery Board, Prof Nevhutanda
Chairperson of SANGONeT, Tebogo Makgatho
Executive Director of SANGONeT, Kenneth Thlaka
Ladies and gentlemen
It an honour to be afforded an opportunity to speak at such an auspicious occasion and represent my President and my organisation SANGOCO. Our partnership with SANGONeT is a match born of South African conditions of struggle for freedom.
Non-Government Organisation (NGO) or development sector practitioners all agree that Project Management skills are crucial to successful project delivery. In particular, project management skills, relating to the unique language of NGO and development sector project delivery practitioners.