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).
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.
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.
The Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), an OSF-SA grantee, recently released a series of reports entitled 'Full Disclosure – the truth about mining rehabilitation in South Africa'.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org OR 0 Read more >
Traditional authorities in South Africa are facing growing resistance from communities who are challenging the practice that gives them power to make decisions over communal land without consulting community members.
The Xolobeni community on the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape are in court fighting for the right to reject an application by an international mining firm to mine titanium in their community. The decision on this, and other applications, rests with the government. Mining-affected communities a Read more >