Civil society

How Seriously Should We Be Taking Threats to Deregister Outspoken NPOs?

Inyathelo is a nonprofit organisation that works to sustain and strengthen civil society organisations and grow local philanthropy in support of a vibrant democracy in South Africa.

Inyathelo is hosting a Breakfast on the 2nd Floor under the theme 'How Seriously Should We Be Taking Threats to Deregister Outspoken NPOs?' on 25 March 2015 in Cape Town.

Cape IT Initiative: Business Development Manager

The Cape IT Initiative (CITi) is a nonprofit organisation established in 1998 to address systemic challenges undermining the growth and sustainability of the technology sector (ie IT, ICT, ICTe, Tech&Design and software) in the Western Cape.

CITi focuses on the development and support of potential entrepreneurs and SMMEs through the identification of qualifying candidates, obtaining of funding, appointing of trainers and facilitators and the provision of co-working office infrastructure in a business incubation environment.

Spier Architectural Arts Academy: Designer

Spier Architectural Arts is a Trust that facilitates the mediation between artists, designers and architects in the conceptualising, manufacturing and installation of large-scale artworks. The studio integrates functional design with fine art pieces to create considered spaces enhanced by hand.

Spier Architectural Arts seeks to appoint an experienced and creative Designer, based in Cape Town

Ikamva Labantu: Programme Director

Ikamva Labantu - the Future of our Nation, is a non-governmental organisation that provides services in the delivery of health services, learning, development and resources. Ikamva Labantu works through local communities so that they can become self-sufficient and sustainable.

Ikamva Labantu seeks to appoint a Programme Director, based in Cape Town.
 
The person will report to the Director.
 
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New Publication on the Sustainability of South African Civil Society

South Africa’s civil society sector, variously known as the nonprofit (NPO) or non-governmental organisation (NGO) sector, plays a vital and often unacknowledged developmental role. In spite of an enlightened Constitution, discrimination and inequity still abound in South Africa. Women, children, people of colour, indigenous peoples, migrants, gay and lesbian groups, and people living with HIV/AIDS, are among particularly vulnerable groups.

FEMNET: Head of Capacity Building

FEMNET is a pan-African regional women’s rights network that has been in existence for 24 years and has been at the forefront championing gender equality, equity and women’s rights through delivery of critical information, and strengthening linkages and collaboration among women’s organisations.

FEMNET seeks to appoint a Head of Capacity Building (Ref: FNT-HOCB 2012), based in Nairobi, Kenya, on a three-year renewable full-time contract.

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Third Justice Symposium

The Helen Suzman Foundation, in association with the Open Society Foundation for South Africa, is hosting the ‘Third Justice Symposium: The Appointment and Accountability of Judges’ on 16 May 2012 in Johannesburg.

Sir Jeffrey Jowell of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law will deliver the keynote address.

Former Chief Justice Pius Langa and legal commentator, Carmel Rickard, will respond.

Time: 18h00

RSVP: Tim Kenny, E-mail: tim@hsf.org.za

Khanya- AICDD: Responsive Alternatives - Diversifying Community Development Practice

The African Institute for Community-Driven Development (Khanya- AICDD) is a South African based nonprofit organisation specialising in community-driven development and participatory methodologies. Formed in 1998, it has been consistently working to strengthen livelihoods in Southern Africa in order to bring true empowerment to people of the region.

Khanya-AICDD is conducting a short course entitled: 'Responsive Alternatives - Diversifying Community Development Practice' from 4-7 June 2012 in Braamfontien, Johannesburg.

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