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Thursday, 28 April, 2016 - 10:53
The Southern Africa Trust partners with Wits Business School to establish a Chair in African Philanthropy
South Africa should empower the rural youth through skills as one of the possible ways to enable them to the socio-economic challenges they face in their daily lives
The Constitutional Court judgement on Nkandla is a victory for philanthropy in support of democracy, writes Ritchie
Chinese non-governmental organisations are increasingly active abroad. What impact are they having?
The United Nations Human Rights Committee hard-hitting report on South Africa’s record on civil and political...
Effective communication is critical for fundraising, sharing knowledge through advocacy and lobbying and educating grantees and beneficiaries, argues Creative Space Media  
The Global Fund’s decision to limit funding to eight areas in South Africa is a major blow to victims of gender-based violence
With all the hate speech that has recently been unleashed on social media platforms, perhaps it is time to remember Mandela by building on the idea that friendship can shape a nation
One third of the students who qualify to gain entry into higher education are actually prepared for the academic literacy demands of a university, writes Rantsi
In this article, the author shares her predictions for 2016 and few tips on how NGO leaders could sustain their development initiatives
This article focuses on the National Budget 2016/7, what it means for the country’s economy and measures that government will be taking in addressing all the development challenges
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