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Tshikululu Social Investments: Associate Consultant

Tshikululu Social Investments is a social investment agency that manages Corporate Social Investment (CSI) funds and trusts for large and medium-sized business. Tshikululu works in the fields of education, health and social development, sustainable livelihoods and enterprise development.

Tshikululu Advisory Services, a new division of Tshikululu, provides specialist consulting services to a range of clients, including corporate, trusts, and foundations, to improve the performance and impact of their social investments.

Zim Govt Moots Funding NGOs

Zimbabwe’s mines and mining development minister, Obert Mpofu, says government is ‘seriously’ considering funding NGOs with interest in diamond mining at Chiadzwa.
 
Minister Mpofu extended an olive branch to hostile NGOs that have been peddling falsehoods about the Chiadzwa diamonds.
 
"Why should a Zimbabwean be funded and supported by a foreigner? If we brought our civil society on board on all issues and prepared a budget for them, I think they would be behaving differently. One who pays the piper calls the tune," he explained.
 

Unspent Funds Will Impede Poverty Goals

Development money sits in bank accounts around the world, including South Africa, tagged as unallocated, undistributed, under-spent and unspent or as earmarked funds that cannot be touched. It runs into billions of dollars.

Africa remains the poorest region in the world according to the World Bank yet through inept planning, poor grant management, lack of donor consultation and administrative blunders funds for development remain stuck in treacle.

Tshikululu Social Investments: Human Resources Officer

Tshikululu Social Investments is a social investment agency that manages Corporate Social Investment (CSI) funds and trusts for large and medium-sized business. Tshikululu works in the fields of education, health and social development, sustainable livelihoods and enterprise development.

Tshikululu seeks to appoint a Human Resources (HR) Officer, based in Johannesburg.

New Proposed BEE Codes: What Will this Mean for Us?

Our nonprofit organisation finds itself in the company of a sector that is estimated to have contributed R12.5 billion to the fiscus in 2007. This contribution is but the tip of the iceberg of the value that the sector adds to the country. Its main contribution is the value that it adds to vulnerable people in society and the ways in which it empowers the most vulnerable to become self-sufficient. It supports government in providing social services, community development, housing and education.

Arts and Culture Trust: Arts Administration Internship

The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) is South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency that attracts and provides funding for the sustainable development and growth of the arts, culture and heritage in South Africa, actualised through mutually beneficial partnerships between the corporate, public and cultural sectors, focused on making a positive difference to the lives of all South Africans.

ACT seeks to appoint an Arts Administration Intern, based in Johannesburg.

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The Science of Good Grantmaking

How do we ensure empowerment in the grantmaking process, asks Tshikululu Social Investment’s Juliana Thornton

Social investors often have what they may consider to be great, innovative, world-changing ideas about how education programmes should be run, how HIV-testing should be incentivised, how disability should be mainstreamed.

African Grantmakers Network: Communications Specialist

African Grantmakers’ Network (AGN) is a nonprofit, continent-wide network of African grant making organisations that facilitates established and emerging African philanthropic institutions to network and learn from each other.

AGN secretariat seeks to appoint Communications Specialist, based in Johannesburg.

The person will develop and maintain communications systems and tools, and communicating to AGN constituency a diversity of frameworks/tools such as governance policies, strategic frameworks, monitoring and evaluation frameworks, and other management tools.

Essential Tools for NGOs in this Tough Climate - Lessons from the Legends Magic Conference

Sentiments of doom and gloom among non-governmental organisations (NGOs) attending the recent Legends Magic Conference in Johannesburg dissipated as over 20 expert speakers tackled strategies for accessing funds effectively and using those funds to build sustainability and growth.

Powerful Funding Proposals = Increased Funding

In this article, the author highlights the importance of well-written and researched funding proposals. She has seen too many badly constructed proposals – peppered with irrelevant information and project budgets that could leave potential donors doubting the ability of organisations to use scarce financial resources.

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