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Reconnecting Civil Society, Government and Commerce To Co-Create a Bright Future for South Africa - Main Keynote Speaker: Dr Mamphela Ramphele.The Novalis Ubuntu Institute in partnership with We Can Change Our World will host the ‘We Can Change Our World Together’ networking event on Tuesday, November 1st, 2016.

Jonathan Shamrock, Chairman of the WasteCon 2016 Organising Committee, says, “At this year’s conference we see a shift in focus to resource recovery and alternatives to landfilling. The reality is that South Africa is running out of landfill airspace and waste as a resource is becoming ever more prominent.”

On October 15th, Cape Town will participate in a global fundraising and awareness event called the #WalkForFreedom. The purpose of the event is to shine a spotlight on the 27 million men, women, and children who are still trapped in slavery today.

Companies Making a Difference
Engen joined Work4You for their 10th Anniversary dinner to celebrate their support for an NGO making an impact in an area of vital need.

TIP training workshops improve cycling safety within communities where Qhubeka distributes bicycles in partnership with World Vision.

First of its kind programme for the company & aims at young SA entrepreneurs by supporting them before they go to market on their own.

The SAB Foundation has selected the finalists in its annual Social Innovation Awards 2016 competition : R7-million rand prize money.

SARDA & African Bank hosting the first ever Countryside Challenge in Africa this year from the 17 to 22 October at the SARDA Centre in Cape Town

Latest News
At the commemoration of the 23 years since the tragic death of Amy Biehl the South African Amy Biehl Foundation announced a name change.

Children with disabilities thus desperately need support from businesses and individuals to promote and protect their rights.

Books, CDs and DVDs will be available at the pop-up fundraiser : Monday October 24th to Sunday 30th.

We aim to give the #GiftOfAdventure to some new young warriors, enabling them to share in the spirit of the Cape Town Cycle Tour.

Swelindawo describes his childhood, growing up in Khayelitsha, as a rough juggling act.

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So our self-feeling in this world depends entirely upon what we back ourselves to be and do

William James

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“It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones”
— Nelson Mandela



Mark your emails with Stamps for Good and support a charityAdvertising agency, M&C Saatchi Abel and its client RocketSeed have launched a newly launched initiative, Stamps for Good, which is made up of ten virtual stamps (tiny pieces of art embedded in every email the subscriber sends), linked to ten different charities.
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One of the Ford Rangers currently in use as a mobile clinic in the Eastern Cape.
One of the Ford Rangers currently in use as a mobile clinic in the Eastern Cape.</span>Ford Motor Company's 2015-16 Sustainability Report highlights its continued focus on the human impact of doing business - from developing future mobility solutions to investing an additional $4.5 billion for the development of more electrified vehicles and technologies by 2020.
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Four-star Green Star rating for 4 Stan RoadNumber 4 Stan Road, an eight-storey office building in Sandton, has achieved both four-star Green Star SA Design and As-Built certifications from the Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA).
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How to build an effective volunteering programme
© Cathy Yeulet – [[www.123rf.com 123RF.com]]</span>Well-designed employee volunteering programmes foster employee engagement, says Andy Hadfield, CEO of forgood - the South African volunteer and donation matching portal.
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Preparing girls for a bright future in STEM
©langstrup via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>It is said that over 50% of the fastest-growing jobs are related to science, technology, engineering or maths, aka STEM. Not only that, but a million more STEM professionals will be required over the next decade than are currently being produced.
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