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CAPSI

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.

Olebogeng Loeto – Health sciences – Postgraduate diploma Occupational Health

WBS Student: No My Name is Dr Olebogeng Loeto. I'm a MBChB graduate and currently studying towards my postgraduate diploma in Occupational Health at Wits. I have extensive experience in primary healthcare and currently in the front line fighting Covid-19. I am the founder and managing director of my registered company LEBS MED(Pty)Ltd which is …

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Video Message from Dr Bheki Moyo

Video message from Bheki Moyo Dr Bhekinkosi Moyo The Director of the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment shares a message about rising to the challenges and finding opportunities in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Use this time to be mavericks, be disruptive, be creative and be innovative.

Thabiso Musendame – Business Management

WBS Student: Yes A part-time PhD candidate, studying business management and in final year – awaiting outcome of thesis evaluation (examination). My interest includes areas of business management, politics and contemporary medical research findings Contact: Email: thabisom@nationalrubber.co.za Phone: 0767398041 LinkedIn:

Dikgang Morele – MA Demography and Population Studies

WBS Student: No A Masters Candidate at Wits University (South Africa) & University of Modena & Reggio Emilia (Italy) (International credit mobility, Erasmus+ scholarship), pursuing an MA in Demography and Populations Studies. Interested in health demographics, gender equality and the empowerment of women in disadvantaged areas. Qualitative and Quantitative research methods. Social entrepreneurship. An agent …

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Innovation Competition Brief

The Brief Click here to download the briefing pack Your proposal must respond to two key objectives: Education and Access. *Click on the icons for more information. Education Access Eligibility Incentives The project must deliver educational interventions aimed at stimulating the adoption of safer sexual behaviours. The project must remain sensitive to and respectful of …

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