South Africa

Activists Condemn Land Given to Chinese

A group of youth activists condemned the Namibian government's intention to approve the lease of 10 000 hectares of fertile land to a Chinese company wanting to grow tobacco for export.

Group leader, Job Amupanda, argues that, "It is our submission that to allocate more land for tobacco than is allocated for food production is a deviation from the policy direction taken by the Namibian government through its Agriculture Ministry, which leans towards eradicating limitations to Namibia's capacity to provide food security and adequate levels of nutrition."

ANC: Celebrating 100 Years of Existence

The African National Congress (ANC) held its 100th birthday celebrations from 6-8 January 2011 in Mangaung, Free State, where it was formed in 1912. The celebrations featured events which were attended by among others, sitting and former heads of state, ANC members and supporters from all over South Arica and the alliance partners.

Below are the messages of support to mark the ANC’s centenary:

Thembalethu Development:Club Coach for Smart Start

Thembalethu Development was founded in 2002 as nonprofit organisation with the aim of becoming the socioeconomic development agency of choice for the mining industry, government, the private sector and international donors.

Thembalethu Development seeks to appoint a Club Coach to be based in Ephraim Mogale Municipality.

Employment Type:Fixed Term Contract for Four Months 

Responsibilities:

Centre For Positive Care :Finance Officer

The Centre for Positive Care (CPC) is a Non Profit Organization working in three provinces namely Limpopo, Gauteng and North West, with a vision that all sex workers receive high quality treatment, care and support to improving their quality of life and productivity, and supporting the National Strategic Plan of South Africa in reducing HIV, STI and TB  and to ensure greater participation and involvement of targeted beneficiaries in community systems strengthening and reproductive health and rights services.

CER:Life After Coal Campaign Coordinator

The Life After Coal/Impilo Ngaphandle Kwamalahle campaign is a well-established joint campaign by Earthlife AfricagroundWork, and the Centre for Environmental Rights. We aim to discourage the development of new coal-fired power stations and mines; reduce emissions from existing coal infrastructure and encourage a coal phase-out; and enable a just transition to sustainable energy systems for the people.

Rapid Response call 2: Gender & COVID-19, especially access to vaccines

South African Women’s Rights organisations are invited to apply for funding under the Government of Canada- funded Women Voice and Leadership-South Africa Fund (WVL SA) with a strong focus in this round on equal access to, public education and awareness on COVID-19 vaccines. The maximum amount available for Rapid Response Grants to the grantees is R50,000. The grants are available for a period of up to four months’ maximum.

St Bernard's Hospice :Professional Nurse

St Bernard’s Hospice is a Not-for-Profit, Public Benefit Organisation established in 1991. We provide quality, home-based, palliative care for people battling with life-limiting or life-threatening diseases.
 
St Bernard’s Hospice seeks to appoint  Professional Nurse to be based in East London.

Ubuntu Pathways:Professional Nurse

Ubuntu Pathways is a R50m Global NGO with headquarters in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and overseas offices in New York and London.  Ubuntu Pathways is dedicated to working with the people of the Eastern Cape Province to develop quality education and healthy communities in the new South Africa.

Ubuntu Pathways seeks to appoint Professional Nurse to be based in Port Elizabeth.

Duration: 12 Months

Innovation Edge:Office and Finance Administrator

Innovation Edge is an innovation catalyst and social impact investor. We take a hands-on approach to supporting unconventional ideas that aim to transform early life experiences for children, aged 0 to 6, living in poverty.

Innovation Edge seeks to appoint a Office and Finance Admnistrator to be based in Cape Town.

Remuneration: R280,000 - R360,000 per annum, commensurate with experience.

Start date:  This position is available immediately

 Reports to: The Chief Financial Officer 

HISP:Human Resources Coordinator

HISP (Health information Systems Program) is a global network of people, entities and organisations that design, implement and sustain Health Information Systems. As a network, HISP globally follows a participatory approach to support local management of healthcare delivery and information flows, and was established by the Department of Informatics at the University of Oslo.

HISP seeks to appoint a Human Resources Coordinator to be based in South Africa.

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