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Image: New Shuttleworth-funded anthology discovers South African writers - celebrating a new generation of writers and artists.

Paperight is proud to announce the release of the Paperight Young Writers’ Anthology 2013, a new multilingual literary anthology of original short stories, essays, poetry and illustrations by South African high school students.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development
Its significant to monitor and evaluate CSI programmes to improve their impact and address specific challenges experienced during implementation

Since 2009, the development sector has made a notable shift in the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practices of corporate social investment (CSI) programmes.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Skills Development
Image: New Portal Opens Doors for Black Businesses Shanduka Black Umbrellas
Shanduka Blackpages enterprise and supplier development portal is an innovative new online platform that links procurement managers to 100% black owned companies.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Skills Development
CMDS, together with the Philanthropy Office at Nedbank Private Wealth offers one-day workshop on this important and relevant topic

The challenging funding environment has had vast implications for NPOs and their financial sustainability. The importance of reserves and their proper investment (and appropriate use in certain circumstances) has very much been highlighted during this time.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Skills Development
Cape Town International Convention Centre, 16-18 October 2013

The leading green building event in South Africa - the 6th annual Green Building Council Convention- is officially open for registration. This year this 'must-attend' Convention has not only been revitalised with the thought-provoking theme “ReWire” – Connecting MindsBuilding Value - featuring several exciting new offerings, but will also integrate with the World Green Building Congress –powering one, exceptional global event.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development
The over-arching theme of Making CSI Matter 2013 is Innovation in Social Investment

Trialogue will hold its sixth Making CSI Matter conference on 28 and 29 May at the Wanderers Club in Illovo, Johannesburg. The conference has become the leading event where companies and NPOs assemble to review trends in corporate social investment (CSI), a sector which now accounts for an estimated R6.9 billion in corporate contributions to development. Making CSI Matter brings together more than 350 delegates from companies, civil society organisations, grant makers and government.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Skills Development
Image: Woolworths, W&R SETA and FET Colleges Partner to Address Skills Gap The Programme Helps to Prepare Graduates for a Career in Retail
Woolworths has designed a programme for academic staff at 6 FET colleges in the Western Cape, in collaboration with the Wholesale; Retail SETA, to help their students with a career in retail.   Read More...



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When You Buy this T-Shirt 50% of Chicken and Wolf Profits Go Directly to BEN

Happy Friday, Everyone! Sun is out, winds low. Perfect day to ride a bike... in a new tshirt! Check out Chicken and Wolf designs at: ChickenandWolf.tumblr.com or on Twitter: @Chicken_Wolf Not only are you getting a great shirt, but 50% of profits goes to the Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN) to support our programmes. Thank you, Chicken and Wolf!

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Sign up for the one day Introduction to Carbon Projects Course in Johannesburg on 30 April 2013.

This course will assist learners who want to develop their own carbon projects or advise others on the carbon project development as it relates to costs, timelines and processes.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development
A company is only as strong as its next generation of skilled employees

Most organisations hire graduates who have work experience, thus ensuring that their new recruits have a balance of both theoretical and practical experience. This trend, however, leaves a number of post-graduates in a position in which they are unemployable without practical work experience.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development, Youth
Conversations that change the world

During the last few years we have had the privilege to offer a series of workshops based on Peter Block’s book Community: The Structure of Belonging. More than 1,400 people in South Africa have experienced the power of the 6 Conversations of Community methodology.   Read More...




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HEADLINES, Skills Development
Get people on the land to help them feed themselves and their familes, and generate an income…

South Africa should encourage people to venture into small-scale farming in order to enable them to produce food to feed their families and generate a sustainable income. So writes Magdalena Wos* in this article republished courtesy of SANGONeT.org - http://www.ngopulse.org.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Skills Development
Safmarine-pioneered maritime education programme celebrates its first Master Mariner.

In 1999, when 16-year-old South African, Tobela Gqabu, applied for a Safmarine bursary to complete his schooling at the Lawhill Maritime Centre – a centre which prepares young South Africans for employment by providing them with maritime-related skills and knowledge while they are still at school - he’d never seen an actual ship, nor had he heard about shipping line Safmarine or the subjects Maritime Economics and Nautical Science which are offered as part of the national senior certificate curriculum at Lawhill.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Skills Development
Image: Announcement of Post Graduate Placement - Success at Chrysalis Academy for 12 Bravo Graduation.
The Chrysalis Academy has done wonderful work to train 11 Youth Ambassadors from Kwa Zulu Natal. They joined the programme on 7 September 2012 and have not seen their families since then. For 6 weeks, they were provided with the opportunity to be students at the Academy. The provincial government of Kwazulu Natal has now decided to set up its own youth Academy based on the Chrysalis Academy model.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Skills Development
Image: Morgan Freeman Leadership Summit Supported by Adcorp Leadership Summit to be Led by Kotter International
The Make A Difference Foundation (MAD), a charity organization that provides educational and leadership development opportunities for academically talented, economically disadvantaged youth in South Africa, will host the second annual Morgan Freeman Leadership Summit in Cape Town, December 1-3.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Enterprise, Skills Development
Image: The Entrepreneurial Revolution - moving from Alchemy to Science
South Africa should promote entrepreneurship to enable people to create jobs and also contribute to the country’s economic growth on a sustainable basis. The growing necessity for fast tracking our economic development in South Africa and the pivotal importance of entrepreneurship in achieving this has led to recent calls for an entrepreneurial revolution in this country.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Skills Development
Image: Engen continues Driver Wellness campaign in East London Engen, in partnership with Trucking Wellness, continued to roll out the successful Driver Wellness campaign throughout the country. This week the campaign visited Engen Truck Stop, Gately, Westbank, East London, benefitting the community of the Eastern Cape.   Read More...



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Accolades from current and future business leaders.

Respected scenario-planner Clem Sunter has applauded the Make a Difference (MAD) Foundation for ‘producing pockets of excellence’, by giving thousands of bright young South African learners from under-privileged backgrounds throughout South Africa, the opportunity to obtain a good education and mentoring them to become  tomorrow’s leaders.   Read More...




Skills Development
Image:  Diversity Day - Sentinel

Children from Langa, Mowbray, and Rondebosch and from 5 Hout Bay schools – all potential future leaders and representative of all sections of South Africa’s diverse communities - gathered at the Hout Bay Community Centre on Saturday 20 October to celebrate “Diversity Day” and to continue their journey of discovery, learning and experiencing cultural diversity and what it means to be an ethical leader.   Read More...



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