On Monday January 6th, 2020, South Africans, Africans and Human Rights Activists around the world will commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the death of Comrade Joe Slovo. To mark the occasion there will be a commemoration ceremony at the Avalon Cemetery in Soweto, Johannesburg at Slovo’s gravesite, starting at 10am. Representatives of the Alliance, including the SACP, the ANC, Cosatu, Sanco, The YCL the family of Joe Slovo and the
Celebrating 26 years of Freedom and to thank London and the UK. South-Africa-on-the-Square is supported by the South African High Commission and is endorsed by and will raise funds for the foundations of three of the great leaders of the ant-apartheid movement and the work these foundations continue to do today Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by the Racist Apartheid Government for 26 years. 2020 marks 26 years since South Africans
About the Joe Slovo Foundation The Joe Slovo Foundation is a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO# 930055404) and Non-Profit Company (NPO# 170-380) registered in South Africa with a UK satellite office. Inspired by Joe Slovo’s legacy, the Foundation's mission serves to empower impoverished Africans . Utilising a ‘Sustainable Livelihoods Approach’ the organisation’s focus is on the entitlement of Human Rights as per Joe’s good friend Nelson Mandela and on building resilient communities.
Martin Dolny, Director of the Joe Slovo Foundation will be a panelist on using Digital connectivity as an engine for economic development and social empowerment at AfricaCom, Cape Town South Africa Martin Dolny, Director of the Joe Slovo Foundation will be a panelist on using Digital connectivity as an engine for economic development and social empowerment at the forthcoming AfricaCom in Cape Town South Africa Now in its 20th year
Martin Dolny - Director of The Joe Slovo Foundation will be a Panelist on "PUTTING THE CITIZEN AT THE HEART OF SMART CITY DEVELOPMENT" at the forthcoming SMART-SUMMIT in London on Sept 19th Martin Dolny - Director of The Joe Slovo Foundation will be a Panelist on "PUTTING THE CITIZEN AT THE HEART OF SMART CITY DEVELOPMENT" at the forthcoming SMART-SUMMIT in London on Sept 19th
The Joe Slovo Foundation in conjunction with GlobalGiving launched a World-Wide Crowdfunding Campaign to raise money yesterday to roll out a Rape Rescue Alarm Service country-wide - the free service is part of its 'STOP RAPE NOW in SOUTH AFRICA initiative. The Foundation was selected by GlobalGiving to be part of its Accelerator Program that will last for two weeks during which time GlobalGiving give bonuses and match funds raised.
The Joe Slovo Foundation has been nominated for the prestigious Katerva Award. Writing to the Foundation Dr Bettina von Stamm -Director of Awards Program said "On behalf of the Katerva Awards program I wish to congratulate you and your team for this achievement, and welcome you into the award’s program". "The Katerva Awards are the pinnacle of global sustainability recognition. Through them, the best ideas on the planet are discovered,
Joe Slovo Foundation nominated for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Africa Award The Joe Slovo Foundation has been nominated for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Africa Award for its work to build Stronger Communities in Africa. The AbiltyNet Tech4Good Awards are supported by BT, Brandwatch, Comic Relief, Do-It, Good Things Foundation, Information Technologists’ Company, Lloyds Banking Group, Microsoft, NFP Tweetup and ReciteMe.
The Joe Slovo Foundation is using Smart City Technologies to empower SMART CITIZENS in Africa. Partnering with the South African Local Government Authority (SALGA), the Joe Slovo Foundation is improving participatory democracy and accountability at the local community level building Resilient Communities as well helping achieve the UN World Humanitarian Summit Goals.