Rural Voice II – 35 stories of inspiration

Posted on May 13, 2021 in News

South Africa is blessed with countless NGOs and NPOs who do amazing work across our country. They make a real, positive difference to people in need, as you can see from this booklet published by our shareholder the Social Change Assistance Trust. They collected 35 stories that celebrate ground-breaking work in local communities still facing […]

Farmers in Limpopo

Posted on Apr 30, 2021 in News

The people that are worst affected by poverty and by the ravages of climate change, have their own ideas on how to possibly address these problems. They deserve to be heard, and this is why our shareholder the Trust for Community Outreach and Education arranged meetings with the Mopani Farmers Association in Limpopo. As you […]

Making a difference in the lives of children

Posted on Apr 26, 2021 in News

Communities across the country are feeling the positive impact of our shareholders each day. Did you know that most of the people that have been assisted by our shareholder organization the Western Cape Association for Persons with Disabilities, are children? They published this infographic in their latest annual report.

Ntsimbintle Holdings becomes largest shareholder in Jupiter Mines

Posted on Apr 20, 2021 in News

The Ditikeni Board congratulates its investment partner Ntsimbintle Holdings on the news that they are now the largest shareholder in the Australian-listed miner, Jupiter Mines. Ntsimbintle is a distinguished and successful, empowered mining investment company. Formed in 2003 to pursue exploration and mining opportunities emerging in the South African manganese sector, Ntsimbintle Holdings is a […]

Rural Legal Centre in Robertson

Posted on Apr 20, 2021 in News

Ditikeni shareholder organizations are actively involved in their communities every day. In Robertson (in the Western Cape) we find the Rural Legal Centre who enjoys support from the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, one of our shareholders. The Centre helps people with mostly labor related issues as you can read here. Please share their […]

Awareness of disability issues

Posted on Apr 13, 2021 in News

The need for awareness and education around disability becomes more and more evident, specifically the rights of persons with disabilities. In their latest annual report, our shareholder the Western Cape Association for Persons with Disabilities writes how they are seeing more and more cases where the rights of persons with disabilities are ignored and replaced […]

Supporting movement building

Posted on Mar 31, 2021 in News

Our shareholder, the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, supports the ideals of movement building to make tangible differences to communities in need. One of these movements work in the Eastern Cape, called ‘Coastal Links’. Read about the work they do to address harassment, brutality and gender-based violence. Please share their inspirational work with your […]

Ditikeni In Conversation – Episode 2

Posted on Mar 25, 2021 in News

March 2021 marks exactly one year since South Africa’s move into lockdown, following the arrival of the coronavirus on our shores. We sat down with Ditikeni Board Member Tumeka Matshoba Ramuedzisi and asked for her message of encouragement for our NGO and NPO shareholders and investment partners, as they continue to offer “something to lean […]

One year of lockdown: what is needed next?

Posted on Mar 17, 2021 in News

With South Africa marking one year since the start of the lockdown this month (March 2021), the focus must be on the road ahead. Going forward, what is needed now?  Our shareholder, the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, writes that agro-ecology and localized food production are key areas that deserve attention.  Read more about […]

Drought relief in Limpopo and E-Cape

Posted on Mar 8, 2021 in News

The pandemic has served to highlight problems that already were in existence long before the virus arrived on our shores. Our shareholder, the Trust for Community Outreach and Education, explains in their latest annual report how water infrastructure in Limpopo province and the Eastern Cape is still in a poor condition. The TCOE has actively […]