Tracey Henry to give keynote address at Corporate Social Investment Conference

  • 03 March 2014 | Opinion

Tshikululu CEO Tracey Henry will be delivering the keynote address at Secolo Media’s Corporate Social Investment Conference in Johannesburg on 27 and 28 March.

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Discipline begins at school?

  • 03 March 2014 | Bertha Phohlela | Opinion

One of the major challenges in the schools supported by the Epoch and Optima Trusts is learner apathy. Learners are becoming more ill-disciplined, are not doing their homework, come in late, do not attend extra lessons, and are just not willing to go the extra mile. But who is responsible for their discipline?

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The Principals Management Development Programme makes an impact

  • 27 February 2014 | Tsepo Senoamali | Opinion

The Principals Management Development Programme (PMDP) – implemented by Performance Solutions Africa and PricewaterhouseCoopers in collaboration with the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the KZN Department of Education, was first piloted in 2009 at 50 schools in three districts in the province. It has since been implemented in Mpumalanga and the Eastern Cape, where it is attaining high levels of success.

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Tshikululu makes a mark at the Mining Indaba

  • 21 February 2014 | Jolene Shaw | Opinion

Tshikululu’s CEO, Tracey Henry, along with three executives, recently attended the Mining Indaba held at the Cape Town International Conference Centre from 3-6 February. The Indaba is among the world’s largest mining investment conferences, and is Africa’s largest mining event. In its 20th edition, the Mining Indaba attracted more than 7 800 of the most internationally diversified and influential professionals in African mining.

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The story of Sthabile

  • 13 February 2014 | Opinion

Sthabile was a patient at the Highway Hospice In-patient Unit in KwaZulu-Natal. Despite her terminal illness, she brought joy to many people around her.

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PSP makes a difference in the classroom

  • 12 February 2014 | Tsepo Senoamali | Opinion

The Primary Science Programme (PSP) organisation came into operation in 1984, with the sole purpose of developing the capacity of educators to provide quality teaching and learning, particularly in the poor schools of the Western Cape. Since inception its main focus has been towards developing and empowering primary school educators in Science and Mathematics.

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Aligning our CSI strategy with key priorities of the NDP

  • 11 February 2014 | Opinion

Tshikululu Social Investments recently hosted the National Planning Commission (NPC) as part of our monthly speaker forum. The theme for the forum was on aligning our CSI strategy with key priorities of the National Development Plan (NDP).

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Tshikululu goes to De Aar

  • 10 February 2014 | Sarah Hallier | Opinion

The Tshikululu Advisory team recently travelled to De Aar in the Northern Cape. The purpose of this visit was to conduct a comprehensive environmental scan and assessments in Philipstown and Petrusville, for a large international renewable energy company.

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Buskaid to perform at St Mary’s School

  • 03 February 2014 | Opinion

Tshikululu is proud of its association, through the De Beers Fund, with the Buskaid Soweto String Ensemble

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Tshikululu, through its mining clients, delivers deep social impact

  • 28 January 2014 | Thakhani Tshivhase | Opinion

The Isibindi project is a community improvement programme aimed at creating safe and caring communities for vulnerable children and youth at risk. In collaboration with the National Association of Child Care Workers (NACCW), Tshikululu has managed this programme on behalf of De Beers, providing services to 10 838 vulnerable children and youth since its inception.

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