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Expanding opportunities in youth advancement

In line with the government’s priorities, Transnet aims to contribute towards the social upliftment of vulnerable people and communities.

What drives corporate social responsibility?

A reputation as a positive and proactive contributor to society is becoming the de facto standard for social investment in South Africa.

Future trends in global giving

The funding l andscape has never been more complicated and dynamic.

Can CSI influence education outcomes?

Companies must engage in collaborative initiatives.

Purpose-driven volunteering

Sharing professional skills overcomes challenges to corporate employee volunteer programmes and lightens the load on non-profits.

Shifts in corporate spending

Twenty years into democracy and well-intentioned corporate citizens face different demands from a savvier society, reports Yazeed Kamaldien.

20 Years on: The role of non-profits

In the 20 years since democracy, non-profit organisations have proliferated. But with budget cuts and limited support, do they still play a role?

The buzz behind impact investing

In the past decade impact investing has received increasing attention from investors, philanthropists, academics and policy makers around the world.

Shaping the next 20 years

Developing science and technology for the youth.

Join the celebration

The Mail & Guardian and the Southern Africa Trust present the 2014 Investing in the Future & Drivers of Change awards.

The Stem revolution

20 Years into democracy, CSI is focused on growing science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) skills for South Africa’s future.

Growing dreams in the dust

Winner: Investing in the Future Sports Development Award — The Dreamfields Project

The risk taker and driver of change

“My father possessed a proud rebelliousness, a stubborn sense of fairness, that I recognise in myself.” — Nelson Mandela.

Taking healthcare services to communities

Winner: Investing in the Future and Drivers of Change Business Award — Unjani Clinic

Committed to social investment

Winner: Chairman’s Award — Volkswagen Group South Africa

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