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Destigmatising mental health in corporate cultureThe Covid-19 crisis has exacted a heavy price, from financial insecurity to the isolation of remote work and demands on parents home-schooling their children. We need to have hard conversations about mental health in the workplace - or the new spaces in which we find ourselves working. 12 Oct 2021 Read more

Pandemic and civil unrest have accelerated shift towards more responsible businessThe challenges we faced in 2020, when the pandemic first reached our shores, seemed to threaten the very fabric of our society. But it is fair to say that 2020 appears to have been a mere dress rehearsal for 2021, with its waves of pandemic lockdowns, accelerating Covid-19 infections, and the political chaos, violence and looting in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in early July. These events have only intensified the hunger and poverty that have been a feature of our society for far too long. 14 Sep 2021 Read more

Call for entries: The Trialogue Strategic CSI Award 2021Enter your strategic CSI projects for consideration for the Trialogue Strategic CSI Award 2021. Entries close 31 July. 22 Jul 2021 Read more

Promaths Online: Lessons learnt from a year of adapting and innovating through lockdownPromaths by Investec piloted its Promaths Online programme in 2020, enabling almost 2,000 learners to access the impactful intervention, which is now being scaled up to include grades 10 and 11. What has been learnt during the past year, and how can other organisations achieve similar success? 15 Jun 2021 Read more

Gender-based violence has always been the 'first pandemic' for VodacomWhen President Cyril Ramaphosa called gender-based violence (GBV) the 'second pandemic' in South Africa, the simmering issue was finally acknowledged as a national crisis. However, for Vodacom, GBV has always been the 'first pandemic' and the company has not just spoken out about it during Women's Month, or the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, but at every opportunity. 14 Jun 2021 Read more


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