News, reports and success stories for the country including AI Annual Report entries for the past ten years. [English, Spanish]
A week in the life of this charity helping marginalised teenagers acquire vocational skills; with photos and personal profiles of those helped.
Registered UK charity for education, culture and development services provides news and information about its facilities and programs in the country.
Details and photographs about the school, children's home, AIDS education projects and other social projects run by a Roman Catholic NGO around Mandeni, South Africa.
Descriptions of the programs run by this community based child and family organization in Cape Town. Includes micro-enterprise programs and HIV-AIDS counseling.
Comprehensive directory of international organizations, governments, private sector development agencies, civil society, universities, grantmakers, banks, microfinance institutions and development consulting firms. Includes contact information.
Project information about the education, welfare, healthcare and wildlife donations given by this private family foundation.
Database of online development policy, practice and research documents, searchable by sector or keywords. Includes index to British Library of Development Studies printed material.
The social development department of the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town, HOPE Africa is engaged in development and upliftment of severely disadvantaged communities.
Reports, background briefings, testimony, press releases and commentary on the human rights situation in the country.
Humanitarian news and analysis on relief, development, social, economic and political affairs, by the Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN) of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Large South African NGO helping children in need.
A Christian ministry addressing unemployment and related social problems by providing education in life skills as well as addressing spiritual needs in disadvantaged communities in South Africa.
Charity running seven orphan villages and community based programs for AIDS orphans.
Vast site with news, articles and background information from many NGOs and agencies seeking to alleviate poverty.
South African Mark Shuttleworth established this Foundation in 2000, to promote African education in Maths, Science and Technology with a particular emphasis on use of Open Source materials.
2008 report on the current status of human rights practices including human freedoms, civil liberties, political rights, international investigations, discrimination, worker rights, child labor and working conditions.
Development project designed to assist rural schools and communities to alleviate their water problems, with good in situ photographs.
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