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South African Corporate Social Investment Grows to R11.8b in 2023

South African companies spent an estimated R11.8 billion on corporate social investment(CSI) in the 2023 financial year, according to corporate responsibility consultancy Trialogue’s latest research findings. The spend reflects an 8% nominal and 1% real increase from R10.9 billion in...

Advancing 4IR through CSI

With enormous potential to better human lives, the dawn of the connected technological age has placed telecommunications companies at the foreground of the advancement of society. The onus is on companies within the 4IR value chain to take the...

Airtel Nigeria launches football talent search with celebrities

Airtel Nigeria, a telecommunications operator, has launched an ambitious soccer talent programme that will focus on identifying and nurturing budding soccer talent from the grassroots level to the national stage. Nigerian football and music Icons, Kanu Nwankwo and 2Face assisted...

MTN’s Qhubeka empowers rural kids

MTN Business, a mobile telecommunications company, is addressing the various socio-economic challenges which face the multitude of disadvantaged communities across South Africa through the Qhubeka corporate social investment (CSI) project. Qhubeka, which means to ‘move forward’, is a ‘one child,...

MTN Sudan launches social investment initiative for women

MTN Sudan has launched its corporate social investment projects for 2009, entitled "Together for wellbeing of Sudanese society", including an initiative specifically aimed at the upliftment of women. Says Hassan Jaber, CEO of MTN Sudan: “The project aims to empower...
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