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Wednesday, 3 February, 2016 - 10:53
The APRM stagnated, until quite recently it had begun to show signs of life, writes Fabricius
MANGO discusses the launch of ‘Too Important to Fail – Addressing the Humanitarian Financing Gap’, a United Nations report released ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit
The escalating violence leaves South Africa with no option but to invest in ending all forms of violence against women and children
Ford Foundation president, Darren Walker, announces that the two-year transition is over and shares a number of major decisions and offer details on FordForward  
Nonprofit companies are embarking on new efforts to remain relevant and competitive in the market and find it necessary to manage their knowledge capital
In this article, the author provides a synthesis of the two approaches - the lean approach and monitoring and evaluation practices - and their benefits to NPOs
The mining industry contributes significantly to the hardship experienced by black women in rural areas of South Africa, writes Tanya Charles
In this article, the author emphasises the need for greater strategic cooperation between workers’ organisations and development NGOs to reduce inequality as well as eradicating poverty
This article considers the challenges confronting Eskom and the implications on the production and distribution of electricity
PACSA’s July 2015 Monthly Food Prices Barometer focuses on the challenges faced by women in the context of the Women’s Month  
SAIRR’s Dr Cronjé, urges the South African government and business to work together to prevent South Africa from sliding towards a ‘rocky road scenario’

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