Companies are primarily motivated by their values and culture to engage in corporate social responsibility (CSR). So said Tshikululu Social Investments CEO Tracey Henry this morning at the 5th Annual CSI Conference, in presenting the results of research undertaken by Tshikululu into what motivates companies to undertake corporate social investment.Read more
At Tshikululu, “practical knowledge is combined with strategic thinking and sound governance to create flexible, well-managed fund portfolios” for corporate social investment (CSI). So said Tshikululu’s chief financial officer, Mthandazo Ngwenya, in his introduction to the 5th Annual CSI Conference, sponsored by Tshikululu and taking place at the Gordon Institute of Business Science campus in Johannesburg on 2 and 3 April.Read more
Registrations are closed, the speakers have been finalised, and it’s all systems go for the 5th annual CSI Conference, sponsored by Tshikululu Social Investments.Read more
St Mary’s Interactive Learning Experience (S.M.I.L.E) was founded in 1991 with the key objective of improving the quality of teaching and learning in English (first additional language) as the core foundation for improved proficiency in all subjects in the GET and FET phases (Grades 4 to 12).Read more
In order to promote violence and crime prevention, the German and South African governments have agreed on a joint initiative: the Inclusive Violence and Crime Prevention for Safe Public Spaces Programme.Read more
On 26 February 2014, Tshikululu Social Investments hosted Godwin Khosa, the CEO of the National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT). The purpose of the event was to provide Tshikululu staff with an overview of the scope and focus of NECT’s work in the country.Read more
Time is running out for registrations for the 5th annual CSI Conference, sponsored by Tshikululu Social Investments, which takes place next month.Read more
On 25 February 2014 the FirstRand Foundation hosted a breakfast session focusing on interventions designed to end gender-based violence (GBV) in South Africa, as part of the CSI That Works series. The event was hosted by Sizwe Nxasana, chairperson of the FirstRand Foundation. The event was dedicated to the subject of gender-based violence and followed on the Reframing Interventions to End Gender-Based Violence in South Africa research report, commissioned by the foundation.