development

Child Welfare Kempton Park: Chief Social Worker

Child Welfare South Africa (CWSA) is an umbrella body that represents more than 263 member organisations and outreach projects in communities throughout South Africa. Together with its member organisations, forms the largest nonprofit, non-governmental organisation in the country in the fields of child protection and child care and family development.

CWSA Kempton Park seeks to appoint a Chief Social Worker, based in Kempton Park, Gauteng.

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Post-MDG Framework Should Consider Africa’s Goals

Ibrahim Mayaki, chief executive officer of the New Partnership for Africa's Development’s (NEPAD) Planning and Coordinating Agency has urged the United Nations (UN) member states must ensure that the post-2015 development agenda supports the developmental aspirations of the African continent.
 
Mayaki indicated that NEPAD’s strategic focus on infrastructure and agricultural development remained two key pillars for the continued transformation of Africa.
 

Gigaba Criticises Opposition Parties, NGOs

African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee member and Minister of Public Enterprises, Malusi Gigaba, has criticised opposition parties and non-governmental organisations for telling foreign countries that South Africa has failed since democracy.

Gigaba told the South African Democratic Teachers' Union (SADTU) that, "All around us, the opportunists, the pessimists, the opposition and the counter-revolutionists are telling us what we have achieved in the last 19 years has been nothing and this revolution faces its inevitable doom."

Global Fund for Community Foundations: Programme Coordinator

The Global Fund for Community Foundations (GFCF) is a grassroots grantmaker working to promote and support institutions of community philanthropy around the world. It works with individual community foundations and other local grantmakers and their networks, with a focus on low and middle-income countries. Through small grants, technical support and convenings, the GFCF helps these local institutions to strengthen and grow so that they can fulfil their potential as vehicles for local development which is community-driven.

Hivos: Finance and Administration Officer

Hivos is a Dutch non-governmental organisation inspired by humanist values. Together with local organisations in developing countries, Hivos seeks to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world in which citizens - women and men - have equal access to the resources and opportunities for their development  and where they can actively and equally participate in decision-making processes that determine their lives, their society and their future. Hivos is committed to the poor and marginalised in Africa, Asia and Latin America. 

Fetola: SME Mentors

Fetola is a NGO, enterprise development organisation that provides business support to Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMME) across the country. The organisation designs and implements flagship programmes that support the growth of small and emerging enterprises and community-based projects nationwide.

MIET Africa: Switchboard and Operations Administrator

MIET Africa is an NGO that works in rural education development.

MIET Africa seeks to appoint a Researcher for the Reducing HIV in Adolescents (RHIVA) Regional initiative, based at MIET Africa’s head office in Durban and will be required to travel extensively to the below mentioned Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.

MIET Africa seeks to appoint a Switchboard and Operations Administrator, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

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NEPAD Business Foundation: Chief Financial Officer

The NEPAD Business Foundation (NBF) is a non-profit company promoting sustainable economic development in Africa through the private sector. Through its Project Management Unit, the NBF is implementing the Removing the Barriers in Agriculture (RtB) Programme which is aimed at removing barriers constraining private sector investment in the agricultural sector in order to increase participation of smallholder farmers and entrepreneurs’ in agricultural production, agribusiness, and agricultural value chains throughout Southern Africa.

Economic Policy Research Institute: Financial Literacy Coordinator and Facilitator

The Economic Policy Research Institute (EPRI) is a not-for-profit independent research institute that supports the process of South Africa's socio-economic transformation and development. EPRI specialises in providing social protection research, capacity building courses and policy advisory services to government and civil society.

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