All Posts by Bongi Ndondo

JOIN THE NEXT GRASSROOTS WEDNESDAYS FREE SEMINAR ON 24 November 2021!

JOIN THE NEXT GRASSROOTS WEDNESDAYS FREE SEMINAR ON 24 November 2021! Join us on our next Grassroots Wednesday 24 November 2021. Register at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VC9DCShZSh64Q5Tb2KnWhA for this free webinar. Grassroots Wednesday, Hlanganisa’s monthly webisode series supporting the resilience of community-based organisations, take place on the last Wednesday of every month, 11am – 1pm.

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Call for proposals: Multi Agency Grants Initiative (MAGI) – Strengthening Community Level Interventions in the Context of COVID-19

Hlanganisa Institute for Development in Southern Africa (Hlanganisa) invites community-based organisation implementing programmes that aim to promote social justice to apply for funding and technical support through the Multi Agency Grants Initiative. The Multi-Agency Grants Initiative (MAGI) is a collaborative donor initiative which was established in 2006 to provide funding

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Hlanganisa seeks to recruit consultants: various positions

This year Hlanganisa Institute for Development Southern Africa celebrates fifteen years of existence as a champion for the rights of marginalized groups. Having started in 2006 as Hivos South Africa, Hlanganisa has grown into a South African civil society organization grounded in the challenges and opportunities of many South Africans

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Hlanganisa Vacancies

Hlanganisa Institute for Development in Southern Africa: Various Positions Hlanganisa Institute for Development in Southern Africa (Hlanganisa) is an innovative intermediary grantmaker whose vision is to strengthen community and civil society voice. Through supporting social accountability initiatives and promoting human rights in pursuit of social justice in Southern Africa. Hlanganisa

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#OPINION: Funding needed for women’s shelters

My family and I recently went through a gruelling experience of domestic violence perpetrated against a close relative. Unfortunately, because this was a family member who had been warned against what most of us characterised as “crazy love”, it was difficult to sympathise with her victimhood. Without realising it, we

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ARE WE PLASTERING OVER SOCIAL ILLS

Growing up, it was not uncommon to hear the phrase “men are dogs” – often used by many of my matriarch during those acute episodes of romantic relationships gone wrong. I never took it literally and neither did I apply my mind to what they were implying, until I suffered

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