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How to prepare for climate change shifts

Nonprofits need to inform themselves about climate change and plan accordingly, says Nazeema Mohamed, Executive Director of Inyathelo. Read about five key factors to consider:


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Birthday wishes to Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Birthday wishes to Archbishop Desmond Tutu

We at Inyathelo wish Archbishop Desmond Tutu a wonderful 90th birthday. Together with individuals and organisations around the world, we honour this great South African role model who continues to inspire us with his leadership, outspokenness and sense of justice.  Inyathelo supports this powerful humanitarian leader’s vision of human-centred development, healing and reconciliation.


State of NPO sector

Inyathelo Finance Director Soraya Joonas spoke to Radio Disa host Tommy Dell about the severe stress that many non-profit staff are under due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


#ThinkGood2021 - Refresh, Reboot, Restart

#ThinkGood2021 - Refresh, Reboot, Restart

The NPO Service Providers’ Network will be hosting the free annual #ThinkGood day (online this year) on 30th September 2021. The free training day for non-profit management boasts an outstanding line-up of speaker, plus virtual networking opportunities. Click here to access the full programme.


POPIA for non-profits

The Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) is now in full force. Anola Naidoo, a senior associate in the commercial department of KISCH IP intellectual property law firm, explains some implications of processing personal information.


World Humanitarian Day

This World Humanitarian Day (Thursday 19 August), Inyathelo pays tribute to the achievements of ‘ordinary’ South Africans, and the role of community and civil society organisations in keeping our society functional, and democracy alive.


Inyathelo Office is closed for Self-Care from 26 to 30 July 2021

Kindly note that the Inyathelo Office will be closed from 26-30 July, to allow staff to take a much-needed break, to switch off and re-energize.
This means that we will not be in the office, will not read or check emails, or respond to work messages during this time. We will be back online on Monday, 2nd August, 2021.

Take care and be safe.

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