From garnering greater support through transparency to building online credibility with funders, and having a platform to maximise sharing of their authentic stories, NGOs can only benefit from having a sound web presence.
Sindy Peters 2 days ago
When it comes to growing your business, people are everything, be they staff, customers, or the community surrounding your brand. Investment into product development, service delivery, marketing and internal training are all pretty much standard items when it comes to driving the business forward, but increasingly, there is another and potentially more impactful channel that brands and businesses are using to garner awareness, support and loyalty from their 'people/customer' - Corporate Social Investment (CSI).
Glenda Mansfield 18 Oct 2016
World Sight Day took place on 13 October 2016 and the month is dedicated to global campaigns that aim to educate on blindness prevention but also highlight the much needed support that blind and visually impaired people need. This year the worldwide call to action campaign is 'stronger together'.
Digicape 14 Oct 2016
Sustainability Month means an increase in companies proudly stating their corporate social responsibility and CSI initiative success. But beware of tooting your company's 'good and green' trumpet if you're not quite there yet.
Leigh Andrews 13 Oct 2016
Sexpo, one of Africa's largest human sensuality and lifestyle expos, being held from 27-30 October 2016 at Nasrec, Johannesburg, has announced its partnership with the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA).
13 Oct 2016
This week, we find out what's really going on behind the selfie with Glenda Mansfield, co-founder and marketing director for Marketing CSI South Africa (MCSISA), the CSI 'good news' portal aimed at developing self-managed communities as agents for change.
Leigh Andrews 12 Oct 2016
Technological changes impact virtually every aspect of our personal and professional lives. It has fundamentally changed the face of how we transact and the pace at which we expect things to happen, and more efficiently than ever before. But finding and retaining the skills-sets to embrace and exploit the technology remain a key challenge for all business, and even more so cash-strapped non-profit organisations (NPOs) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Michelle Govender 12 Oct 2016
Often we tear ourselves down, forget our value and lose our confidence. This October, PinkDrive would like to remind you that you are beautiful, unique and special, and invites you to help PinkDrive build confidence and raise breast cancer awareness by participating in the "PinkTober Selfie Campaign". The target is to raise R1m for PinkDrive during the month of October.
Praesignis 10 Oct 2016
Cinemark, part of the Ster-Kinekor family, recently took home the best media owner in the cinema category MOST award, having also been named best media owner in the cinema and television category in 2015. Motheo Matsau, chief marketing and sales officer of Ster-Kinekor Theatres explains how this is proof of their winning CSR strategy.
Leigh Andrews 6 Oct 2016
At the ninth Godllywood self-help meeting, women learned the importance of honouring and embracing their role as the nurturer in the family. Through this important function, women provide essential input for their husbands and children which helps to establish happy homes and balanced, well-adjusted members of society.
Universal Church of the Kingdom of God 6 Oct 2016
During September communities internationally mark Childhood Cancer Awareness month, showing solidarity and support for families who have patients diagnosed with paediatric oncology.
Universal Church of the Kingdom of God 29 Sep 2016
Exploring aspects of the virtue of discernment, the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God's (UCKG) Godllywood's self-help group referred to wisdom revealed in the Biblical book of Proverbs, written by King Solomon, to demonstrate the importance of this quality for those seeking a spirit of excellence. The theme of this year's programme is a Spirit of Excellence and each month women are challenged to correct aspects of their lives which do not produce positive results. By amending attitudes and behaviour they can become better people who reflect their position as being Godly women.
Universal Church of the Kingdom of God 27 Sep 2016