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NGOConnectSA understands that NPOs play a vital role in the growth of our economy. Taking care of them means taking care of them means growing South Africa. Our programmes are around encouraging sustainability, growth, information sharing and digital era alignment in NPOs. 

ADVOCACY & OUTREACH

Our main beneficiaries are youth and non-profit organisations. We respond to a need. Our latest response was partnering with Rebuild SA in restoring what was damaged in South Africa due to unrest and looting. 

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Interview with former Constitutional Court Justice Catherine ‘Kate’ O’Regan

27 May 2022 Tackling corruption within South Africa When he appeared to give evidence to the SA Human Rights Commission inquiry into the July 2021 insurrection, President Cyril Ramaphosa indicated that SA had not become a failed state … yet. He went on to compare the...

Interview with Former Constitutional Court Justice, Richard Goldstone

27 May 2022 Corruption cannot continue to go unpunished When he appeared to give evidence to the SA Human Rights Commission inquiry into the July 2021 insurrection, President Cyril Ramaphosa indicated that SA had not become a failed state … yet. He went on to compare...

401 GBV cases referred to Western Cape Social Development

Social development MEC Sharna Fernandez on Wednesday said the number of GBV cases being referred to them from the Gender-Based Violence Command Centre (GBVCC) was a serious cause for concern. More than half of the 401 recorded cases were for physical violence. Sixty...

National Lotteries Commission Funding 2022/23

The National Lotteries Commission(NLC) officially opened their call for applications for funding financial year 2022/23 on 1 April 2022. They continue to fund worthy causes in the four different focus areas. The focus areas include Charities; Arts, Culture and...

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