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The GIBS/ Tshikululu Dialogue Series in collaboration with the J&J Development Projects Trust hosts a dialogue on the following topic:“Powerful Actions – Where should the South African NGO sector focus its energy?”
A robust, independent and effective civil society is a fundamental building block for a truly free, fair and transparent democracy. Our victory over the repression of apartheid was won through the efforts of a loose group of organisations that helped change systems and place apartheid under pressure.
But do our non-profit organisations still hold this position locally and globally; do they still have the ear of governments across the world? The perception is that money is wasted, high salaries are being paid and inconceivable processes plague the operations of non-profit organisations.
So, what should our non-profit organisations do for a future of self-sustainability, shared value and social entrepreneurship?
Join Jay Naidoo (J&J Development Projects Trust), Mark Heywood (Section 27) and Danny Sriskandarajah (CIVICUS) for an enlightening discussion on the role that the NGO sector should play in South Africa’s development.
Date: Wednesday, 5 June 2013
Time: 17:45 – 19:30 followed by a cocktail and
Venue: GIBS, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Sandton
Contact: Kamogelo Seripe on 011 771 4142 or
Please note that this is a free event.
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The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) is an internationally accredited business school, based in Johannesburg, South Africa’s economic hub.
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