Events - Foundation Office South Africa
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Socio-Economic Future of South Africa
The seminar will address the socio-economic challenges of joblessness and social cohesion in South Africa.
Discourse Cafe' with Michael Jordaan
KAS and the FVZS Institute invite students to meet renowned representatives from different walks of life. The aim is to promote a vibrant dialogue on current political and socio-economic issues and foster a culture of informed debate.
Imagining a future that has not yet emerged
DDP-DUT Frank Talk Series
In many ways current politics and protests have highlighted how divided South Africa remains. Together we will ask difficult questions, seek honest responses to these, share our stories, and imagine what it would mean to live in a just country.
Rethinking Reconciliation:Evidence from South Africa
This publication uses a decade of public opinion survey data to answer key questions about the extent of progress in South African reconciliation.
Midlands provincial sensitization workshop for traditional leaders
The first workshop for traditional leaders targeted 25 chiefs and village headmen/women (23 attended) as key decision makers on communal land matters in rural areas. Topics covered included constitutional/statutory provisions of land administrations.
SEFSA Dialogue: Role of Civil Society in Shaping South Africa’s Future
Socio-Economic Future of South Africa is a meeting of civil society actors, faith community and business people. They deliberate ways of dealing with the socio-economic challenges facing South Africa.
The Digital Age: Social Media Use, Expression and Innovation
SPL/CFCR/KAS Youth Forum
The digital age with its opportunities and risks will be the focus of a youth forum, jointly hosted by CFCR, SPL and KAS. Students from various schools in the Western Cape are invited to share their experiences with social media.
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Elections and Monitoring in Africa: A Playbook for Democrats?
In response to a growing concern of the lack of faith in African elections and the widespread use of digital and other means to undermine electoral processes in Africa, the dialogue seeks to evaluate key recent elections.
Spatial Planning and Land Use Management
The workshop brings together practitioners, academics and civil society in a dialogue about the role of municipal by-laws and how they implement the new Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA).
Roadmap for Sustainable Biofuels/Bioenergy in Southern Africa
Regulatory Frameworks for Improved Development Potential?
The event gives an overview of the scientific background of bioenergy and takes a critical look at possible risk factors for the environment and society by biofuel plants.