Investing in the Future & Drivers of Change

 
Expanding opportunities in youth advancement
Expanding opportunities in youth advancement
The Transnet Group has a specialist division that implements the company’s socio-economic development projects to ensure that the best...
What drives corporate social responsibility?
What drives corporate social responsibility?
Research shows that the motives behind corporate social investment (CSI) are driven more by a desire to contribute to the country’s development than racking up government broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) scorecard points....
Future trends in global giving
Future trends in global giving
Change is happening quickly in some areas, notably technology and enterprise, and slowly in others, such as realising the huge impact of climate...
Can CSI influence education outcomes?
Can CSI influence education outcomes?
South African companies directed R7.8-billion in cash, goods and services to corporate social investment (CSI) in 2012/13, according to Trialogue’s annual research, published in the 16th edition of The CSI Handbook. This figure is estimated from Trialogue’s primary...
Purpose-driven volunteering
Purpose-driven volunteering
Getting employees to volunteer their time and energy for social good may help boost a company’s corporate social investment rating. While...
Shifts in corporate spending
Shifts in corporate spending
Handing out branded T-shirts or a free meal might have been a visible indicator of corporate social responsibility during the early years of South...
20 Years on: The role of non-profits
20 Years on: The role of non-profits
Non-profit organisations (NPOs) have played a critical part in trying to resolve the challenges and inequalities prevalent in South African...
Meet the judges
Meet the judges
Judi Nwokedi is chairperson of the judges panel. She is the chief operating officer of black-owned and global integrated tourism...
The buzz behind impact investing
The buzz behind impact investing
In 2013, for the first time, impact investing was on the agendas at both the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos and the G8 meeting in...
Shaping the next 20 years
Shaping the next 20 years
Southern Africa and South Africa are each undergoing political and economic changes. These changes are directly related to continental and global...
Join the celebration
Join the celebration
Twenty years into South Africa’s democracy, we invite you and your organisation to be part of our celebration of good corporate citizenship....
The Stem revolution
The Stem revolution
Corporate South Africa invested about R3-billion into education and training initiatives in 2013, bolstering a sector sorely in need of development. The figure, published by corporate social investment (CSI) consultants Trialogue, did not differentiate between early childhood, basic...

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