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.
We are pleased to announce that we will be moving to our new offices in the Cape Town CBD, during the period July 26 - 30.
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.
Join us at the Book Lounge for an evening with Sisonke Msimang. Sisonke Msimang is the author of Always Another Country. Event details Date: Monday 21 May 2018 Time: 17:30 for 18:00 Location: The Book Lounge, 71 Roeland Street, Cnr Buitenkant and Roeland Street RSVP: email@example.com OR 0 Read more >
#SONA2018 may be postponed, but the conversation must go on Our Post #SONA2018 Analysis has been postponed, but be sure to join the Mail & Guardian, OSF-SA and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation for breakfast to talk about the current state of affairs with a panel of expert analysts Lukhona Mn Read more >
This call closed at 17:00 on 20 February 2018 OSF-SA currently has extended the deadline for two new special calls. Please see topics, deadlines and links to the full calls below: 1. DEVELOPING AN OPEN SOCIETY APPROACH TO LAND AND ECONOMIC INCLUSION IN SOUTH AFRICA OSF-SA seeks a partner to Read more >
The Open Society Foundation for South Africa and Ilan Godfrey Launch Photographic Project ‘The Platinum Belt’
Photographer Ilan Godfrey and the Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA) have launched a new website called 'The Platinum Belt' which investigates the human, social, environment and health costs of platinum mining in South Africa. Godfrey is an award-winning South African photogra Read more >
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 >
SAMIP’s Innovation Challenge seeks to identify qualifying projects and organisations that are building news and information products that engage and inform local, underserved communities. Successful candidates will receive a cash prize of up to R500 000.00, strategic advice and mentoring. Fin Read more >