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social entrepreneur energy women
Wednesday, 13 May, 2015 - 09:15
The author interviews a social entrepreneur, promoter of off-grid renewable energy solutions, to learn more about what has made her successful and how others can learn from her experiences
This month’s PACSA Monthly Food Price Barometer focuses on the significance of ‘acceptable’ living wage and other factors affecting, food prices and other critical factors affecting the working class 
Kagiso Trust, a NGO, hosted a panel discussion focusing on the future financial and funding models for NGOs
This article highlights municipal boundary demarcation challenges and protests as well as how communities get divided by the boundary issue and end up fighting for limited resources
Short-term, ever-changing funding priorities and limited support for administrative costs may inadvertently force local organisations to mis-spend funding
SANGOCO joins the African Platform for Social Protection, with the hope that its membership will also benefit its members
This article highlight the challenges faced by government in providing sufficient housing for citizens and the benefit of PPPs in addressing the backlog
In this article, the author focuses on corporate social responsibility intervention with respect to disaster risk resilience, one of the least understood initiatives in the South African development paradigm
The finding by Statistics South Africa that unemployment has increased paints a picture of a country in which people continue to live under abject conditions of poverty  
South Africa should promote entrepreneurship to enable people to create jobs and also contribute to the country’s economic growth on a sustainable basis
South Africa’s mining companies should make meaningful investments towards contributing to sustainable development within communities, as a way of addressing some of the continued discontent of miners and communities
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