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12December

Digital Fundraising Workshop and E-book Launch

Digital Fundraising Workshop and E-book Launch

SAVE THE DATE: TUESDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 2019

 

 

11December

The Forward art exhibition

The Forward art exhibition

An invitation to an art exhibition at the Stellenbosch University Museum as part of the Stellenbosch University Centenary programme.

27November

How to banish burnout at nonprofit organisations

Feryal Domingo, Inyathelo Operations Director

Managers and staff in the South African non-profit (NPO) and civil society sectors are increasingly dealing with extreme workplace stress due to, amongst other factors, growing socio-economic challenges and uncertainty about funding. It’s essential that they take steps to avoid burnout if they are to continue their vital work.

21November

Planning for long-term resilience

Planning for long-term resilience

By Soraya Joonas, Finance Director, Inyathelo.

Originally published in the 2018 Inyathelo Annual Report.

 

12November

The future of civil society today

The future of civil society today

By Dr Bheki Moyo, Adjunct Professor and Director, Centre for African Philanthropy

Originally published in the 2018 Inyathelo Annual Report

01October

Appointment of Ms Nazeema Mohamed as the Executive Director of Inyathelo

Appointment of Ms Nazeema Mohamed as the Executive Director of Inyathelo

We warmly welcome Ms Mohamed as the Executive Director to Inyathelo, as the organisation enters a new phase that complements the evolving role of higher education and civil society organisations.

23August

INYATHELO-TSHWANE UNIVERSITY R64 MILLION FUNDING SUCCESS STORY

INYATHELO-TSHWANE UNIVERSITY R64 MILLION FUNDING SUCCESS STORY

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has quadrupled its donor income in five years to R64,9 million in 2017, grown the number of fundraising and development staff from six to eleven, and compiled a huge alumni database of more than 150 000 people.

17August

NPO sector marks Mandela Day with #ThinkGood

NPO sector marks Mandela Day with #ThinkGood

(picture: AfrikaBurn creative projects director Lorraine Tanner, Words that Count consultant Melanie Jacobson and fundraiser/PR for Camphill Village, Janine Strumpher)

Some 230 representatives of over 150 non-profit organisations (NPOs) and civil society bodies gathered in Cape Town this week, as members of the NPO Service Providers Network shared their expertise on good governance and management and on strategies for the sustainability of NPOs.

13August

Inyathelo capacity development project doubles Durban University of Technology bursaries and staff

Inyathelo capacity development project doubles Durban University of Technology bursaries and staff

A DUT bursary handover ceremony.The Durban University of Technology (DUT) is reaping the benefits of an innovative, five year capacity development programme for university fundraisers.

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