Identifying indicators to measure change requires research and expertise
Who are the development game changers in our part of the world today, and how are they re-inventing the field?
Enke aims to empower young people to make their mark on their peers, their community and the world.
IkamvaYouth aims to grow South Africa’s collective skill level and the national knowledge base, and to replicate success in more communities.
As with all the best things in life, the hallmarks of a great staff volunteer programme have everything to do with passion and commitment.
African civil society has to start lobbying the international community for a greater share of the resources.
Changes of tectonic proportions are happening in the social and development spheres across Africa.
Buzzwords do provide interesting insight into what a particular industry is thinking about.
Throwing money at problems does not solve all the issues that schools face.
Without the active participation of government, business and the community, development initiatives are doomed to fail in South Africa.
Billionaires in Africa are stepping forward to give back to their communities, but is it more than charity?
The founder of the M&G Investing in the Future Awards, reports on how they have kept pace with the changes in corporate social responsibility.
Total CSI expenditure is close to R7-billion every year, yet little is known about the impact of this spend.
In a country with 25% unemployment, finding productive work for the jobless is a matter of priority.
A good education system is the cornerstone of a prosperous society — and South African business invests heavily in the sector.
CSI can make a difference, but can it make a measurable impact on an entire community?
Disillusioned, under-employed and engaging in risky behaviour, South Africa’s youth are described as a "ticking time bomb".
The development sector has made a notable shift in the monitoring and evaluation of corporate social investment programmes in recent years.
A chilling tale of cows in Kenya shows how market access is key to impact investing.
The judges praised the role Equal Education plays in advocating systemic change and for showing how it could be achieved in practical, proactive ways.