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Rural learners to learn about climate change & renewable energy

SAWEA’s Educational EnergyDRIVE, in partnership with SANEDI will teach learners from schools and wind farms in Western, Northern and Eastern Cape about renewable energy and climate change.
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Op-ed: The measure of socially responsible investments

The ESG approach as socially responsible investments grows, accounting for a good chunk of global mainstream investment strategies.
green and sustainabile finance

Green and sustainable finance – putting theory into action

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives are key market drivers for governments and corporate leaders, given the overwhelming need to advance sustainable investing.
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ESG investing in sub-Saharan Africa linked to sustainable development

The approach to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing in SSA is closely linked to longer-term sustainable development benchmarks, Fitch Ratings says in a new report.
North Africa

Op-ed: The changing face of CSR in the time of COVID-19

During and after the COVID-19 crisis, energy companies will have to demonstrate that they are responsible corporate social citizens.
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The ethos of giving: Infrastructure is more than bricks and mortar

Unpacking the ethos of giving and development of the invisible infrastructure that supports civil society in Africa through corporate social responsibility.

Kenya Power rolls out corporate social investment initiatives

Kenya’s state-owned power utility, Kenya Power, has announced that it will invest KShs.13 million ($128,655) to fund Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes championed by employees across the country. The programmes dubbed Wezesha Jamii are...