Events - Foundation Office South Africa
Wayne Sussman on 2021 Local Government Elections
Now that the figures have been crunched and studied, Wayne Sussman, fondly known as 'the Elections Geek', will unpack the results of the November elections and share his insights.
Voter fluidity and abstention in the 2021 local government elections
In this webinar, we provide insight into the socio-demographic profile and motivations of those who stayed away from the polls and those who switched their votes.
KAS and OUTA are proud to invite you to the book launch of
Permitted Plundering-How Parliament Failed SA
The book shares insights into the important work a small team of activists at Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is doing to prevent state capture from happening again and aims to start the vital conservation around Parliament's failure to serve the country.
Youth and Democracy Series
South African Youth Perspectives on South African Current Affairs
The dialogue responds to challenges faced by the youths after the Local Government Elections, the effects of Covid-19 and the resultant lockdown, and the devastating effects of the July unrests.
ESG and good corporate governance in relation to the use of pension funds
Will pension funds meet the green challenge?
Join the Business Day Dialogues, in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, on November 9 to consider the investment demands of sustainability.
Local Government Elections 2021
Does SA have a religiously motivated electorate?
Religion has the potential to influence socio-political and economic processes. The webinar explores the relationship between religion and politics in South Africa as we approach the Local Government elections and also answers the question of whether there is a religiously-motivated electorate in South Africa.
Election politics to end corruption
what can citizens and business do?
As citizens of South Africa, it is our democratic right to hold the government to account. We cannot stand by and let corruption happen, nor can we place business on a pillar and expect it alone to combat corruption. Engaged and participative citizens make a moral judgement of governing parties by turning out to cast their votes on election day.
Lessons from Black Wednesday
Media Freedom Day Address with Jerome Klaaste
On 19 October 1977 several newspapers and numerous organisations that were sympathetic to Black Consciousness were banned by the apartheid regime. Scores of journalists and activists were arrested and detained in a countrywide clampdown on freedom of speech. It had a chilling effect on the media.
In the eye of the storm
The state of immigrants' businesses in Durban
Why Aid fails, and how it can work
How can it be that one in three Africans live in poverty yet the continent has received more than $1.2 trillion in aid over the last 30 years?