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The Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment (CAPSI) was established to bridge the gap in the study, research and practice of philanthropy and social investment in Africa.

Theo Sowa | CAPSI Advisory Board

Meet the Advisory Board: How Theo Sowa envisions CAPSI as a facilitator of Africa’s future 

Meet the Advisory Board: How Theo Sowa envisions CAPSI as a facilitator of Africa’s future   There is much that we have learnt from our rich and diverse African history that we can use to strengthen our continent for the future.  The importance of nurturing communities, celebrating diversity and being deliberate about documenting the richness of our stories in our own voices, enables us to position the continent to prosper …

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Dion Chang CAPSI Advisory Board

Meet the Advisory Board: How Dion Chang believes CAPSI can serve as an enabler of the future of Africa

Meet the Advisory Board: How Dion Chang believes CAPSI can serve as an enabler of the future of Africa   Discussions about the world of the future provide us with the opportunity to have progressive conversations, but require the right mix of ambition, information and strategy in order to yield meaningful outcomes. Having a conversation …

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Lloyd Derengi

Get to know CAPSI Research Student: Lloyd Derengi

Get to know CAPSI Research Student: Lloyd Derengi Lloyd Derengi is a PhD student, born in Marondera, Zimbabwe. After completing his early basic education, Lloyd moved to Zambia where he worked and attained his diploma and undergraduate degree, eventually attaining his Masters in Business Administration and other certifications upon relocating to South Africa.   Q: …

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Matilda Owusu-Ansah

Get to know CAPSI Research Student: Matilda Owusu-Ansah

Get to know CAPSI Research Student: Matilda Owusu-Ansah Matilda Owusu-Ansah is a PhD student who is passionate about philanthropy and making a positive impact in her communities. The experience she has gained in philanthropy has allowed her to be a positive and motivating force in her projects.   Q: What are you researching and what …

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Aspire Higher – Online Judging Showcase

We’ve already commenced our Aspire, Higher programme in South Africa with Wits and are identifying partners in Nigeria for a 2021 roll out there. The Wits MBA students’ entries will be judged on 16 July and this document provides more details on the virtual event.

Africanness Webinar Recording

Thank you to our panelists and attendees for joining our Embracing our African Heritage webinar! This proved to be a very fruitful discussion where the themes of language, culture and innovation were unpacked by our all in attendance.

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