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02December

Book sale - 50% off selected Inyathelo Publications

Book sale - 50% off selected Inyathelo Publications

Until 31 March 2017, we will be offering selected books from our collection at 50% off. 

 

24November

Deciphering the meanings and explaining the South African higher education student protests

Deciphering the meanings and explaining the South African higher education student protests

By Dr Saleem Badat, Programme Director: International Higher Education & Strategic Projects of The Andrew W Mellon Foundation. In this essay, Dr Badat calls for a dispassionate analysis of the student protest movement in South Africa.

The article is also available in Inyathelo's latest Annual Report.

23November

Is your NPO ready for the fifth annual #GivingTuesday?

Is your NPO ready for the fifth annual #GivingTuesday?

29 November 2016 marks the fifth annual #GivingTuesday. This initiative began in the United States as a counterpoint to the gaudy commercialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It is now a fixture on many NPO’s fourth-quarter calendars all over the globe. Thus far, participation in South Africa remains slow, but as Black Friday gains momentum here, is #GivingTuesday poised to follow suit? If so, how can your organisation participate?

17November

Inyathelo 2016 Annual Report

Inyathelo 2016 Annual Report

Our latest annual report has just been released! 

15November

EVENT: Dialogue reflecting on violence against women

Inyathelo's “Breakfast on the 2nd Floor” dialogues were introduced in 2010 to provide a space for energetic and provocative engagement on key issues facing civil society and South Africa.

14November

#FridayStandIn: Thoughtful conversations on civil society and student protests

#FridayStandIn: Thoughtful conversations on civil society and student protests

Inyathelo Acting Executive Director Nomfundo Walaza was invited by radio station Capetalk/702 to be their Friday stand-in on 11 November. In this series, a guest presenter stands in for popular presenter Redi Tlhabi every Friday from 9am-12h00. According to the station “this carefully-selected cast features some of the most interesting personalities in South Africa. Each one brings their unique outlook to the show. They will engage you, challenge you, entertain you, open your mind and try to deal with some of the random calls we sometimes get.”

31October

Budgeting for non-profits

Budgeting for non-profits

A few years back NPO finance expert, Clara Miller, wrote a NPQ piece on the seemingly irrational set of expectations philanthropists, donors, and government place upon non-profits. The article, “The Looking-Glass World of Nonprofit Money: Managing in For-Profits’ Shadow Universe,” is making it’s way around the internet again and is certainly worth a second look.

24October

Nedbank Private Wealth Giving Report: A survey on the giving practices of South Africa's high-net-worth individuals

THE GIVING REPORT III

The third edition of the Nedbank Private Wealth Giving Report builds on the findings of the 2010 and 2012 Nedbank’s research into the philanthropic commitments of South Africa’s high-net-worth (HNW) individuals. The authors of the report assert that, “despite a challenging economic environment, our country’s HNW individuals and families have remained committed to uplifting those who are less fortunate than themselves.”

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