The JER programme on 4 October 2019 hosted a dialogue with CSOs in response to incidents of xenophobic violence which occurred in early September 2019 in the inner cities of Pretoria and Johannesburg.
“What does ‘going to scale’ mean in poor communities in South Africa?” – IBP-SA’s Albert van Zyl explains
Albert van Zyl, Director of the International Budget Partnership (IBP) South Africa, recently wrote an article examining how progress goes to scale through activities undertaken by the organisation in South Africa.
The Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA) has supported 15 young women and transgender activists from the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) to attend the 22nd International AIDS Conference 2018.
The Inaugural 2018 Prudence Mabele Prize in Gender Justice and Equity (multi year endowment by Open Society Foundations and Ford Foundation in partnership with the Positive Women’s Network of South Africa).
Prudence Mabele Prize presented to South African sex work activist Duduzile Dlamini at AIDS 2018.
The Mail & Guardian recently published their annual ‘200 Young South Africans’ list. The Open Society Foundation for South Africa is proud to announce that 12 of our grantees have team members featured on 2018’s list of changemakers.
OSF-SA does not tolerate any form of harassment or sexual misconduct, and we expect the organisations we support to hold themselves to the same standard.
A new documentary created by the Social Audit Network focuses on the journey of urban informal and rural communities and civil society organisations that have been conducting social audits since 2013. The piece explains how and why social audits started in South Africa, using footage from act Read more >
OSF-SA supported three participants to attend the Legal Empowerment Course in Budapest, Hungary. The participants included two community-based paralegals from Community Advice Offices (CAOs), and the Research and Knowledge Management Officer at the National Alliance for the Development of Com Read more >
Every year, coinciding with Youth Month, the Mail & Guardian releases a list of 200 South Africans under 35 who have done exceptional work in their fields as well as aim to uplift South African society. The Open Society Foundation for South Africa is proud to announce that eight of our gr Read more >