Tshikululu’s sixth Serious Social Investing Conference kicked off today at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) under the theme, “Citizens today. Leaders tomorrow.”Read more
The Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy (Molteno) was established in 1974 as a project of Rhodes University. It was funded by a grant from the Molteno Brothers Trust, from which it derives its name, and sought to explore the reasons why African learners were failing to learn English.Read more
When provided with an opportunity to work in the corporate social responsibility (CSR) sector, one is forced to reflect on the perceptions created and experience gained around CSR.Read more
Once again, Anglo American has been voted the corporate entity with the greatest development impact in terms of its CSI efforts in South Africa, a significant landmark of which Tshikululu Social Invesments is immensely proud.Read more
As debates rage about whether healthcare professionals should receive their training in private medical schools, and about the politics of co-ordinating national health insurance, the spotlight is once again on South Africa’s healthcare system – and how it can be improved.Read more
In the corporate social investment (CSI) space, money is not the problem, rather it is how we go about deciding what to support, how we go about this, what outcomes we envisage, how we monitor and evaluate progress, and whether the capacity exists to achieve this.Read more
The Anglo American Chairman’s Fund has traditionally viewed healthcare strengthening as a major contribution made by NGOs to the healthcare sector in South Africa.
Within this pool of NGOs, there are some remarkable organisations acting as change catalysts or market disruptors in healthcare.Read more