Civil Society

Briefcase NGOs funding communities donors corruption
Wednesday, 1 April, 2015 - 12:13
Short-term, ever-changing funding priorities and limited support for administrative costs may inadvertently force local organisations to mis-spend funding
Since its establishment, Kagiso Trust continues to be at the forefront of ensuring that the poor and the marginalised have access to higher education in South Africa 
USAID continues to use CSOSI to assess the sustainability of the CSO sector in 29 countries in Europe and Eurasia
This article emphasises the need for nonprofit organisation to consider innovative and creative ways of sustaining themselves beyond donor funding 
The South African National NGO Coalition reacts to the recent xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops in Soweto and other communities in Gauteng 
This article focuses on what the Helen Suzman Foundation call ‘unlawful’ suspension of the national head of the Directorate of Priority Crimes by the Police Minister
In this article the author shares her predictions for 2015 and shares few tips on how NGO leaders should sustain their development initiatives
CSI has the potential to enable corporates and the NGO sector to work together to improve the living conditions in communities and to help government realise the vision outlined in the National Development Plan
In this article, the author shares useful safety tips to people who use gas in their households for cooking or warming their homes 
The ongoing postal strikes have created many problems for the NGO sector and if not addressed, it could threaten the sustainability of many NGOs
Gruzd and Turianskyi look at the African Peer Review Mechanism and whether or not it contributes towards improving good governance and accountability on the African continent 

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