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CIVICUS: Impact and Evaluation Specialist

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation is an international alliance of members and partners which constitutes an influential network of organisations at the local, national, regional and international levels, and spans the spectrum of civil society. CIVICUS has worked for nearly two decades to strengthen citizen action and civil society throughout the world, especially in areas where participatory democracy and citizens' freedom of association are threatened.  

CIVICUS seeks an Impact and Evaluation Specialist, based in Johannesburg.

The Importance of Paying Market-Related Remuneration Levels in the NPO Sector

Averile Ryder Reward Specialists have processed salary, benefits and conditions of employment surveys and in addition has consulted to numerous public sector and profit organisations in human resources and reward across Pan Africa for over 18 years and has repeatedly witnessed that those organisations who have transparent, fair and defensible remuneration or reward strategies attract and retain the best available talent.  This always results in more effective, sustainable, economically and socially responsible and if relevant profitable organisations.

NPOs Under the Cosh – Again

Here we go again. Every time that this country’s nonprofit part of civil society imagines that its independence is secured and respected by politics, out they come to have another crack at subverting that independence.
 
Our Constitution, often mistakenly called ‘the most liberal in the world’, guarantees freedom of association and therefore also of disassociation. Try telling that to nonprofit organisations (NPOs).
 

Nonprofit Companies Need to File Annual Returns: CIPC De-Registration Clean-Up

If your organisation is a NonProfit Company (NPC) - formerly known as a Section 21 company, you need to check whether you or your auditors have been making and are up-to-date with ‘annual returns’ to Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC).
 
According to the annual report recently tabled by CIPC they were planning a ‘bulk de-registration’ of non-compliant entities in the ‘foreseeable future’.
 

Call for Comments on the Draft Lotto Bill

The Department of Trade and Industry is calling for public comment on the draft Lotteries Amendment Bill.

This follows an announcement by Trade and Industry Minister, Rob Davies, at the recent National Lotteries Board conference that government has launched a review of the Lotteries Policy Framework which he said will lead to the introduction of a lotteries Amendment Bill.

Davies also stated that his department wanted to make a number of changes to the Act as well as further regulatory reforms.

The deadline for submission of comments is 7 June 2013.

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