At the 5th Annual CSI Conference, held at the beginning of April 2014, Tshikululu Social Investments CEO Tracey Henry announced the results of Tshikululu research into what motivates companies to engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR). Read the full research report here.Read more
Tshikululu Social Investments CEO Tracey Henry will next week attend the prestigious 8th Annual Sustainability Exchange in Washington DC.Read more
With the hype, excitement and furore around the matric results slowly dying down, thousands of matriculants around the country are bracing themselves for the next set of challenges in their journey of growth: finding study opportunities in tertiary education institutions. They are soon to find out that their 12 years of difficult schooling was only a dress rehearsal for the nightmare of getting a place to further their studies.Read more
South Africa is now officially the most unequal society in the world – and if we do not have the courage to tackle this issue, “we are in trouble”. So said Professor Adam Habib, vice-chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand and prominent political analyst, in the closing address to the recent 5th Annual CSI Conference, sponsored by Tshikululu Social Investments.Read more
Companies spend millions on corporate social investment (CSI) because being part of the solution to society’s challenges builds trust with key stakeholders – and therefore wins their support. So said Tshikululu Social Investments’ executive: corporate affairs, Mpadi Makgalo, at the Breakthrough Strategies for Corporate Communications Conference, held at Montecasino in Johannesburg on 10 April 2014.Read more
John Kane-Berman, outgoing CEO of the South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR), headed one of the country’s top think tanks for the past 30 years.
Berman addressed delegates attending the 5th Annual SSI Conference held at the Gordon Institute of Business Science on 2 April, 2014.
The National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) is an organisation dedicated to strengthening partnerships among business, civil society, government and labour, in order to achieve the education goals of the National Development Plan (NDP).
It strives both to support and influence the agenda for reform of basic education, NECT founder Sizwe Nxasana told the Tshikululu Social Investments-sponsored 5th CSI Conference, which took place in Johannesburg on 2-3 April 2014.Read more