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08April

Trust often drives African giving trends

Trust  often drives African giving trends

A number of studies have pointed out different philanthropic styles of African giving as compared to the West. A recent Mail & Guardian article by Samantha Spooner summarised some of these unique, and little understood trends in African philanthropy.  

30March

New Report: 2015 Annual Survey of Philanthropy in Higher Education (ASPIHE) in South Africa.

New Report: 2015 Annual Survey of Philanthropy in Higher Education (ASPIHE) in South Africa.

This report presents the findings of the 2014 Annual Survey of Philanthropy in Higher Education (ASPIHE) in South Africa.

The report is available here for free download.

29March

Meet the Speakers at the 2016 Inyathelo Leadership Retreat

Meet the Speakers at the 2016 Inyathelo Leadership Retreat

The 8th Inyathelo Leadership Retreat provides a platform for university Advancement practitioners and Vice-Chancellors to reflect on the leadership and management required to effectively navigate the complex changes affecting the Higher Education sector.

Inyathelo, in partnership with Universities South Africa (Universities SA) and the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC), has invited Vice-Chancellors, Deputy-Vice Chancellors and Heads of Institutional Advancement and Communication as well as other key stakeholders to join this vital conversation in Cape Town on 4 and 5 April 2016.

22March

Infographic: 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

Infographic: 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

New infographic from the Nonprofit Marketing Guide guide summarises the latest trends in nonprofit communications.

18March

Statement from the Board of Trustees

Statement from the Board of Trustees

As you may be aware Ms Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge has resigned from her position as Executive Director of Inyathelo with immediate effect. This took place on 14 March 2016.

14March

Bill Gates calls for 'energy miracle,' will it work?

Bill Gates calls for 'energy miracle,' will it work?

The annual letter from the Gates Foundation calls for an "energy miracle" that will save the planet. But could such a miracle work everywhere? 

30November

Can your South African Organisation participate in #GivingTuesday?

Can your South African Organisation participate in #GivingTuesday?

December 1, 2015, marks the fourth annual #GivingTuesday. The initiative began in the United States as a counterpoint to the gaudy commercialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which usher in the holiday shopping season. Thus it seems only fitting that there be a day to open the charitable giving season. Is your Organisation positioned to participate?

11November

South Africans are becoming more helpful to strangers in need, says latest World Giving Index

World Giving Index bubble map. Click to view full size image.

South Africans are becoming more helpful to strangers in need, is a key finding from the latest World Giving Index. Published annually by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), this Index is the world’s leading report on global giving. 

04November

Philanthropy heroes honoured at the Inyathelo Awards

Philanthropy heroes honoured at the Inyathelo Awards

Five extraordinary individuals have been honoured at the prestigious annual Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards at the Waterfront in Cape Town today (Thursday 5 November 2015), including a 13-year-old musical protégé, a dairywoman from KwaZulu-Natal and international dance sensation Paul Modjadji.

29October

Leaders in giving to be honoured at Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards

Leaders in giving to be honoured at Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards

The 2015 Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards are due to take place in Cape Town next week, the awardees to be announced at a lunchtime event at the Waterfront in Cape Town on Thursday 5 November. This prestigious annual event has established itself as the Oscars of the Philanthropy sector, acknowledging, celebrating and honouring those whose personal giving has contributed towards sustainable social change in South Africa.

For media tickets to the event or interview requests, please contact:

Sarah Nicklin
Inyathelo Media and Communications Manager
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mobile: 073 150 9525
Tel: 021-465 6981/2

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