philanthropy

 
New philanthropic fund to strengthen democracy
New philanthropic fund to strengthen democracy
South Africa has made great progress in two decades of democracy. Over my 15-year term as a judge for the Constitutional Court, I saw how the...
The age of the 'philanthropreneur'
The age of the 'philanthropreneur'
PHILANTHROPY
African philanthropy does not mimic the West
African philanthropy does not mimic the West
African philanthropy is about solidarity, not handouts from obscenely rich elitists, Graça Machel recently told an assembly of the African...
The rise of African philanthropy
The rise of African philanthropy
Sometime between the start of the yuppie revolution in the early 1980s and the global financial meltdown in 2008, some wealthy people decided to...
Billion-dollar brother: Motsepe challenges others
Billion-dollar brother: Motsepe challenges others
Patrice Motsepe, the executive chairperson of African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), redefined the business landscape this week when he announced that the...
Editorial: Patrice Motsepe's hard act to follow
Editorial: Patrice Motsepe's hard act to follow
Until Wednesday, Patrice Motsepe was better known for spending his almost limitless money on his Sundowns football club and on donations to the ANC...
By Africa for Africa
By Africa for Africa
Africa is changing. There are signs of new energies, interests, actors and wealth. Yet underdevelopment, inequality and exclusion persist.
Giving is key to Africa's wellbeing
Giving is key to Africa's wellbeing
In an elite part of an African city lived a very rich man who never attended the funerals and burials of neighbours, relatives and colleagues....

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