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COMPANY NEWS , Youth
Image: Post-elections: Addressing youth issues should be a priority We all have a responsibility to raise this generation, whether the youth turned up in considerable numbers to vote or not.

Whether the youth turned up in considerable numbers to vote in the May 8 national elections or not, issues such as skills training, jobs and poverty still need to be addressed urgently by Government, civil society and business. We all have a responsibility to raise this generation.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Employment
Image: RISK AND REPUTATION FOR EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEERING Recent Trialogue research for the 2017/2018 financial year, revealed that 80% of corporates had formal employee volunteer programmes in place in 2018.

Employee volunteering is still an immature industry in South Africa – but the sector is growing rapidly, and punching above its weight given the positive impact it has on staff morale and community involvement at many of South Africa’s largest corporations.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: Kindness is easy...Shiloh Relief meets people's need The most successful project at the moment within Shiloh Relief is the Medical Project

We do not even need to advertise our medical services, because it is done by word of mouth through various institutions such as Radio Tygerberg, Bok Radio, old age homes, hospices, clinics and hospitals who refer patients to Shiloh Relief.   Read More...




Education, Skills Development
International Entrepreneurship Dialogue and Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting are now open !

Applications for the 2019 International Entrepreneurship Dialogue and Postgraduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting are now open! Please make sure to select the course/programme in the dropdown menu in the application  -  APPLY HERE ....   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development, Youth
Image: Arming Learner Leaders At Sweet Pea Youth Development Youth Café RCL (Student Leader’s) training launch which took place on the 30th March 2019.

Sweet Pea Youth Development (SPYD) launched its leadership project at Krystal Beach Hotel in Harbour Island, Gordon’s Bay at the weekend (Saturday 30 March).   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , ALL THE NEWS , Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy , Funding
2 ND CYCLONE - rush your first donation toward emergency assistance efforts for the vulnerable people with the devastation of cyclones IDAI & KENNETH

After Cyclone Idai impacted nearly 1.5 million children, a second cyclone has just made landfall in Mozambique. Vulnerable children and families – many of whom have already lost everything to one of the worst disasters to hit their country in decades – need our help more than ever.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Women Empowerment
Image: THE SOUL CITY INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE The top four political parties were put to the feminist test last night, in a lively #YVote4U Hot Seat event. Moderated by Kaya FM Uncaptured presenters, Kgomotso Matsunyane and Ndumiso Ngcobo, the panel of party representatives responded to pertinent questions from the audience on womxn representation, empowerment and rights.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Port of Durban Appeals for Public Support in Fighting Plastic Pollution The debris included large logs that posed a threat to the safe navigation of the harbour craft which are used to guide vessels safely in and around ..

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) at the Port of Durban has commenced a major clean-up to remove the large volume of waste and vegetation from the port after the recent heavy rains and flooding in KwaZulu-Natal. The adverse weather caused the usual deluge of plastic and other debris to flow into the port, leaving behind an unsightly scene just days after World Earth Day was observed globally on 22 April.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Enterprise, Social & Community
Image: Vodacom harnesses ICT to empower learners, farmers, teachers, end GBV The Trialogue Business in Society Conference brought together more than 400 stakeholders in development to discuss sector challenges

Business has an obligation to adapt its corporate social investment (CSI) to changing needs and conditions rather than doggedly following an approach which may no longer be relevant. Speaking at the 2019 Trialogue Business in Society Conference in Johannesburg today (SUBS: Wed 17 04), Ms Takalani Netshitenzhe Chief Officer Corporate Affairs Vodacom Group, said that Vodacom has allocated R500 million to education, gender empowerment and sanitation in schools over the next five years.
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HEADLINES, Enterprise, Skills Development
Image: Non-profits leverage technology to support under-resourced communities What do the three different topics of fish, citizen-based social monitoring, and youth empowerment have in common? All are associated with local non-profit organisations (NPOs) that are leveraging technology in exciting ways to make a difference in under-resourced communities.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Secretary-General calls for climate action as new cyclone devastates Mozambique The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, has expressed her profound sadness at the devastation caused by Cyclone Kenneth which has ravaged Mozambique today. She said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique, the strongest cyclone yet to have hit the country.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Woolworths announces FSC® certified till paper The Head of Sustainability points out that partnering with FSC has been critical in achieving this milestone of responsibly sourced till paper.

While the till slip is a relatively insignificant bit of paper in the hands of a shopper, for retailers globally the scale of this paper consumption is huge. The heavyweight impact of Woolworths’ latest ‘responsibly sourced’ commodity announcement to replace their till slip paper with Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certified paper involves 211 tonnes of paper per year.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: Shack to Chic - Starting Chance We are very excited to have finally built a new school for Principal Elizabeth of Emmanuel Educare.

She has been running her educare in a dilapidated shack under difficult circumstances for 10 years. She will soon move into a purpose-built educare for 55 children with classrooms for both babies and toddlers and a lovely outdoor playground. Thank you Home Choice for making this happen.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education, Health
Image: Engen supports Caring4Girls at Lekete Secondary School Engen has invested to help keep female learners in school during their menstrual cycles.

Lekete Secondary School in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga is the first of 30 schools to benefit from Engen’s R2.5 million cash injection to the Imbumba Foundation’s Caring4Girls programme.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development
Image: TNPA ploughing back scarce skills into the maritime sector TNPA is making a significant contribution to the development of critical skills required by the SA port system, with its ongoing development

Ten new cadets, out of a national port pipeline of 31, have just completed their academic and sea borne training, with seven of them now employed by the Port of Ngqura for three years to complete their Tug Master training and three at the Port of Richards Bay.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Infrastructure needed to achieve 72% of SDG targets UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - global targets relating to poverty, health, the environment, peace and justice - will rely on infrastructure systems. A new analysis published in Nature Sustainability has found that the majority of the UN’s SDGs - global targets relating to poverty, health, the environment, peace and justice - will rely on infrastructure systems.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , Offenders and Ex-offenders rehabilitation, Social & Community
Image: The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment’s Fourth Annual Cycling Tour YOUNG INMATES CYCLED 240 KM IN THE WESTERN CAPE TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF CRIME

The only cycling trip in the world where incarcerated youth cycle alongside free citizen youth and happened 25th to 29th of March 2019. The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment (TPA) has brought together 22 cyclists; 12 incarcerated youth,  2 youth from Die Herberg Kinderhuis and 8 leaders from Correctional Services (7) and Die Herberg Kinderhuis (1) to cycle 240 km through the Breede River Valley area in the Western Cape. Members of the South African Police Services and the Department of Correctional Services provided support throughout the week.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Social & Community
Image: Shiloh Food  -  Who benefits? Every morning the delivery vehicles line up at Shiloh Food, ready to load more than a thousand piping hot stews, fresh sandwiches and other treats.

Our food production plant is equipped with Industrial food processing equipment and walk-in freezers. To produce these meals, we use some 800 kg of potatoes and 600 kg of meat per month, not to mention the large quantities of veggies, rice, samp, lentils and dry beans. Sounds too good to be true? Then pop in to come and see for yourself!   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Environment & Bio-diversity
Image: Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA) Port of Mossel Bay helps conserve marine life. TNPA has contributed another R100 000 to support the conservation efforts of its strategic environmental partner.

TNPA has contributed another R100 000 to support the conservation efforts of its strategic environmental partner, the Seabird and Penguin Rehabilitation Centre (SAPREC), which provides treatment and temporary care to injured, diseased, displaced or oiled indigenous marine birds.    Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Safety & Security, Women Empowerment
Image: Rape Crisis - Supporting Recovery At Rape Crisis we want to encourage rape survivors to speak out about their experience, so that their psychological healing may begin

We do this through both telephone and face-to-face counseling which is offered free of charge to survivors and their families. Our trained counsellors support survivors along the path to recovery.

What is a Feminist leader?

We all know that women’s rights are under threat in South Africa because of violence, poverty and inequality. South Africa needs leadership that encourages individual women to work at understanding and shifting the oppressive power dynamics that keep harmful and oppressive systems in place.   Read More...



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