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Upgrading of Informal Settlements Animation Video

Afesis-corplan, as part of a team led by CS Consulting, participated in 2014 in the development of an upgrading of informal settlements policy and strategy for the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality (BCMM). The following animation video was developed as a background motivation for the draft policy: www.afesis.org.za/2014-08-05-09-06-19.html.

Corporate Governance in South Africa: Weak Links that Allow Fraud and Corruption to be Rampant

One has now lost count of the number of fraud and corruption incidents that get reported in the media - almost daily.  Most would agree that this indicates our corporate governance is collapsing, has completely collapsed or that it needs some serious re-vamp. The fact that fraud and corruption incidents do get reported, confirms that corporate governance still works – but mainly on the detective side.

Annual Report Launch

The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) invites you to the launch of its Annual Report on 22 January 2009 in Johannesburg.

As the LRC approaches its 30th anniversary, it remains committed to the social and economic transformation of South Africa based on the strengthening of its constitutional democracy.

Date: 22 January 2009

Time: 08h30-10h30

Venue: Johannesburg Civic Theatre (City of Light Room)

The FunDza Literacy Trust: Board Members

The FunDza Literacy Trust was formed in 2011 with the purpose of improving the literacy levels of teens and young adults living in South Africa, specifically those from poor communities without easy access to books or other reading resources. The Trust’s work supports a number of reading and writing programmes and it runs a variety of projects in partnership with other groups and organisations. It has supported more than 550 reading groups around the country, and provided more than 125,000 books and 250,000 pocket booklets to these groups.

Masicorp: Programme Director / Education as a Consultant

Masicorp works with the people of Masiphumelele, as well as key partners, offering opportunities through education helping individuals to uplift themselves out of poverty and work towards a sustainable livelihood. Focusing on the township of Masiphumelele, Masicorp runs various education and skills development programmes for this community as a route out of poverty. Our focus is on ECD initiatives Learning Labs(English, Math & Science) at Primary School Level, High School Maths & Science and various skills development programmes.

DCMH: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Durban and Coastal Mental Health (DCMH) is a registered Non-Profit Organization that caters for the needs of persons with mental disabilities. Our Vision is to be a dynamic movement, which serves as an effective resource to empower people to attain optimal mental well-being and quality of life in a just Society.

The Organization is looking for a suitabily qualified and experienced candidate to fill the position of a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), who will be reporting directly to the Governing Board.

Salary - R660 000.00 - R700 000.00.

Responsibilities:

Early Care Foundation: Personal Assistant to Director

The Early Care Foundation develops and facilitates early childhood development training programmes for under-skilled practitioners and owners of home-based crèches. The Early Care Foundation training equips beneficiaries with the necessary skills to provide a stimulating educational environment and meet the nutritional needs of the children in their care.

GOPF: Office administrator

Gauteng Older Persons Forum (GOPF) is a nonprofit organisation that lobbies and advocate all levels of government on issues affecting older persons in Gauteng.

GOPF seeks to appoint a Office administrator to be based in Johannesburg.

Responsibilities:

The GEM Project: Financial Manager

The incumbent will be responsible for the overall management and oversight of the projects’ Educational, Skills Development and Learn to Work functional Departments. These departments service the basic educational and vocational skills training needs of the beneficiary children and youth. These are therefore independent functioning operational units within the Project, however their programmes and curriculum are interdependent and interrelated in order to contribute to overall educational development and empowerment of the beneficiary.

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