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Press release: Brand South Africa and Trialogue encourage volunteerism

Brand South Africa partnered with Trialogue to host its quarterly Trialogue CSI forum in Johannesburg and Cape Town. These forums call on all those...

There’s room for improvement in CSR

Melissa JavanSkills development should be linked to corporate social investment programmes, Brand South Africa board chairperson Khanyisile Kweyama tells business leaders at the 2016...

Mamas move for health awareness

Clover ThumbThe Clover Mama Afrika project has 41 Mamas throughout South Africa who care for more than 15 500 children and 2 500 elderly people by providing nutritious food daily.

760 learners will look smart thanks to Trust’s uniform

The new school year is underway and the Peermont Childrens Trust (PCT), one of Peermont Global’s flagship Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes, is once again busy giving less fortunate primary school learners new uniforms as part of its support of nine after school care centres in Ekurhuleni.

Mining groups invested in South Africa

No longer simply the exploiters of resources and people, the mining industry in South Africa today invests R3.9-billion a year in corporate social investment projects, more than any other sector on the stock exchange. Most of this investment is in communities around the mines' operations.

Crime Stoppers conference kicks off in Cape Town

Crime Stoppers conference kicks off in Cape Town, South Africa

Tackling international cybercrime, human trafficking and gender-based violence the 35th annual Crime Stoppers International Conference helps law enforcement share crime-fighting tactics and tips.

Bright spaces for bright minds

Bringing colour to schoolsA collaboration between a major paint brand and a local NGO has led to the transformation of dull and dreary walls into colourful and inspirational spaces conducive to the development of imagination and learning.

SANParks teaches conservation

Various initiatives by South African National Parks have education of the youth in mind regarding conservation and the environment. Aligned to this is its corporate social investment thrust.
Vultures need our help

Music plays at Soweto orphanage

Thanks to funding from Chevrolet Ute Force, weekly music sessions are held at Othandweni Orphanage, where children learn about music, movement and more with Be Sharp Beetles.

Science school comes to Mvezo

The small village famous as the birth place of Nelson Mandela will soon have a school of science and technology. It is envisaged that the school will help improve South Africa’s education standing, and open the doors to more career options for poor rural youth.
Maths, science teaching gets boost

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