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South Africa, where education creates shared value
South Africa, where education creates shared value
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” said Nelson Mandela. It is because of this that Enel Green Power...
The killing of people with albinism is driven by myth and international inaction
The killing of people with albinism is driven by myth and international inaction
In the last decade, close to 200 killings and more than 500 attacks on people with albinism have been reported in 27 sub-Saharan African countries....
Editorial: Oh, those wicked NGOs
Editorial: Oh, those wicked NGOs
Remember when South Africa was the last bastion of civilisation, standing against a “total onslaught” as well as the endless inner machinations...
Draft Bill puts nonprofits on edge
Draft Bill puts nonprofits on edge
For years, South African nonprofit organisations have struggled to maintain their registration status as NPOs in the department of social...
Zimbabwe's embattled NGO sector feels pinch
Zimbabwe's embattled NGO sector feels pinch
Zimbabwe's civil society organisations are reeling from a severe financial squeeze blamed on donor fatigue caused by the country's nagging...
Zimbabwe forsakes the vulnerable
Zimbabwe forsakes the vulnerable
The state's social safety net is collapsing as more people are reduced to destitution by the deepening economic crisis.
Zim: Masvingo welcomes back NGOs
Zim: Masvingo welcomes back NGOs
Masvingo has lifted a ban on nongovernmental organisations operating in the province.
Do more than paint classrooms
Do more than paint classrooms
A corporate volunteering conference held at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg on August 13 and 14, challenged companies and NGOs to revisit their...
Court jails 43 Egyptian, foreign employees of NGOs
Court jails 43 Egyptian, foreign employees of NGOs
The sentences follow trials which came in the wake of raids in 2011 on the offices of foreign non-governmental organisations, many which had...
Africa 3.0: Cruisers and corruption, Juba style
Africa 3.0: Cruisers and corruption, Juba style
That’s the subject of this clip we’ve cut together, which explores the phenomenon in Juba, South Sudan – a place we’ve often...
Uganda cracks down on 'homosexual' NGOs
Uganda cracks down on 'homosexual' NGOs
Simon Lokodo, the country’s ethics and integrity minister, claimed the organisations were receiving support from abroad for Uganda’s...
Skilling the non-profit sector
Skilling the non-profit sector
South African civil society has reached a crossroads. Non-profit organisations are facing a serious funding crisis, many have been forced to close...

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