SAEP is looking for an energetic, organised and experienced bookkeeper / financial accountant who follows a systematic and consistent approach to bookkeeping and reporting. We need someone who is experienced in non-profit work, hard-working, eager to learn and interested in the education environment. Candidates must be willing to take on the role for a minimum period of 2 years, starting as soon as possible.
SAEP seeks to appoint a Chief Executive Officer to be based in Cape Town. Candidates must be willing to take on the role for a minimum period of 4 years, starting in January 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter. The purpose of this position is to lead SAEP in Vision and Strategy; People and Culture; Growth of Partnerships and Funding; as well as Organisational Development and Financial Management.
Common Good is looking for a part-time writer to join our Communications team on a fixed term contract until the end of December 2020.
As a social justice NPO, it is imperative that we demonstrate how our work is contributing to positive and lasting change. Storytelling is a key component in both documenting and celebrating that impact it articulates action, fuels hope and motivates our efforts. In a hurting nation, Common Good desires to tell stories of transformation that are taking place through our Early Life, Education and Employment initiatives.
ABOUT OUR ORGANISATION
Common Good is a Christian faith-based, not-for-profit organisation founded by Common Ground Church in 2005, working in a range of communities. We're passionate about addressing issues of social justice that challenge our city. We seek to make a positive and lasting impact in the areas of early life, education and employment, so that individuals and communities across Cape Town can build brighter futures for themselves.
When it comes to autism, most interventions focus on children. But what happens when autistic children become adults and have to make their own way in the world?
Some children on the autism spectrum grow up to function independently as adults, with careers and families of their own. Others do not.
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi on Thursday said he battled to finish watching the video of a young child being beaten by her teacher as she forced the child to clean up her own vomit.
The 1.38-minute video has gone viral on social media. It shows the teacher lowering the denim jeans of the child before she gives her a couple of smacks on the buttocks.
The child, who is crying softly, looks up at the teacher as she continues to use a cloth to clean the small green plastic table in the classroom.
The most preferred destination for potential African emigrants is neither Europe nor the United States, as one would easily imagine, but another African country! This is according to research network Afrobarometer.
In business this week on The Morning Call, Amelia Martha Nakitimbo looks at the Afrobarometer survey which presents a different picture, in relation to the divisive migrant crisis, which has become a regular subject of news and hot political debates, especially in Europe.
Anew local app hopes to give African writers global exposure by connecting them with literature fanatics in SA, US and the UK.
Storytelling app BookBeak says it is the first African app-based platform to aggregate African short stories from published, unpublished and self-published writers and serve them to a global audience.
The app, available on Android and iOS app stores, was founded by three young South Africans, Kamo Sesing, Cam Naidoo and Louis Enslin, and registered under their business Atheneum.