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Streetlife over safety in shelters

In eThekwini a successful scheme is helping homeless people, but some say the lack of drugs to feed their addictions means it is better to stay away

NGOs today: Competing for resources, power and agency

NGOs play a critical role in advancing social change and transformation, but their current funding model needs to be addressed for them to make a sustainable impact in South Africa

Strategic social investments are a catalyst for social progress

Barloworld Mbewu enables beneficiaries to move away from dependence on grant funding

The Brimstone Investment Corporation’s story

BEST shareholders support at least 3.5-million beneficiaries across South Africa

Is social entrepreneurship the new charity?

Imagine if the NGO sector became a large employer of manpower

Brimstone provides the necessary backing

NGOs often struggle with funding, which is where BEST fits in

Millions slip through NGO and Gauteng

An extraordinary case is revealing unsavoury details about how the province transfers money

​Auntie Maria takes control in Flamingo

Working with Cape Town City, NGOs and residents, the shack settlement is transformed.

Predatory peacekeepers blight UN peacekeepers day

An ongoing rape scandal is casting a dark cloud over an occasion usually reserved for paying tribute to the 'Blue Helmets'.

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