Namati

2nd floor, B2, Park Lane, Cnr Park and Alexandra Roads
Pinelands, Western Cape 8001
South Africa

+27(0)21 511 1679

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Added on: Dec 17, 2015

Last Updated: Sep 08, 2016

The Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA) is committed to promoting the values, institutions and practices of an open, non-racial and non-sexist, democratic, civil society.

OSF-SA supports a vigorous and autonomous civil society in which the rule of law and divergent opinions are respected. OSF-SA is a South African grant-making organisation and is a part of the Open Society Foundations.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

Karam Singh

South Africa

Khanyisile Ntsenge

I work as Open Society Foundation for South Africa's Legal Empowerment Shared Framework Coordinator. I hold an honours degree in Demography and Population Studies and an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Anthropology.

South Africa

Mkhululi Mazula

I have been in the development sector for the past 19 years and my key focus has been contributing in communities discourse in addressing socio-economic challenges. By joining the network I am aiming at learning from colleagues and ordinary citizens from different countries strategies in advancing the struggles of the poor and vulnerable for a better world. I have come to realize as a development practitioner that in unity we have power that transcends boundaries and as individuals, we are territorial and naïve. The latter has destroyed a just and equal world that we all aspire. Justice, equality and the realisation of rights can never be achieved if we continue to be comfortable in our racial, religious and gender divides. In my language there is a saying that says " umntu ngumntu ngabantu" which simply means we are connected as human beings. This connection is that which goes beyond these divides but recognizes the power and values of each and everyone of us regardless of our status

South Africa

Richard Chemaly

Reducing my unique skill sets to writing is challenging when these skill sets are unconventional and require personal interaction to be fully appreciated. Be that as it may, I'm an attorney and strategist who enjoys writing immeasurably. I joined the ranks of DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr as a candidate attorney, where I grew professionally and despite being offered retention, I turned it down to pursue a tremendous opportunity at ProBono.Org as their head of strategy. It was there that I learned I needed an opportunity to reflect on the direction in which I wish to take my career. As a result, I resigned, jumped on a train and began travelling around South Africa. I have learned that I would like to re-enter the legal arena in the fields of media, entertainment and corporate dispute resolution. My experience in those fields is vast and I believe I can assist in growth through my methods of learning while I teach and challenging myself to increase expectations and then meet them.

South Africa

Zohra Dawood

South Africa

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