In the Media

Canon Collins Trust 
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Legacy fraud – a charity CEO’s cautionary tale
Stuart Craig, our CEO, talks about his experience of fighting for a £1.5m stolen legacy and adviseson how to mitigate the risk of legacy fraud
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Ethel De Keyser
Southern Gauteng News
Canon Collins Trust co-founder Ethel De Keyser post-humously awarded Order of Luthuli in Gold for her contribution to the struggle for liberation in South Africa
At a joyous and deeply humbling ceremony in Pretoria on Friday, 28 April Ethel de Keyser post-humously received the Order of Luthuli Award in Gold for her “astounding contribution to the struggle for liberation”.
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Independent on Saturday
Mother Earth’s legal tiger gets sharper teeth
Ruchir Naidoo’s love of the Earth since childhood is the grounding of a career he wants to use to help humanity.
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Independent Online
Canon Collins Trust avails 57 new scholarships this year, R300m spent since 2004
As thousands of students across the country battle to find money to pursue higher education, a South Africa-based NGO, the Canon Collins Trust, has awarded at least 57 new scholarships. This story also appeared in the Sunday Express and the Zimbabwe Digital Express.
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Troubling Power Essay Competition
Harare: Dirty city, dirty politics, dirty black gold
by Andrew Kuda Manjonjo
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Troubling Power Essay Competition
Zimbabwean youths drink and smoke themselves to oblivion
by Clayton Moyo 
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Troubling Power Essay Competition WINNER
Peace-making is the responsibility of us all not just politicians
by Martin Mulenga
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Mail and Guardian
Zimbabwe: The shaky pillars of the right to land and property
by Kudakwashe Manjonjo, Troubling Power Essay Competition Winner
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Mail and Guardian
The plight of being a deafblind child in Africa: My personal experience
 by Simate Simate Troubling Power Essay Competition Winner
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Mail and Guardian
Shaping a World Leading Constitution
by Dr Justice Mavedzenge with Albie Sachs
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Mail and Guardian
With a rope around my neck, they let loose a police dog. These people are barbarians.
A groundbreaking article by Tshepang Eddie Makwati
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Mail and Guardian
Township Women – Invisible yet Formidable
by Ishara Maharaj
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
A Country with no Children Part Two
by Catherine Sofianos
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
A Country with no Children Part One
by Catherine Sofianos
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
On Queer Precarity and Liveable Spaces
By Troubling Power Essay Competition Winner Clayton Moyo
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The Times
Historic letter signed by Nelson Mandela and other Rivonia trialists on auction by UK education trust
by Suthentira Govender (Senior Reporter)
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
Activism and Empathy: Drawing lessons from Sister Beatrice Chipeta
by Troubling Power Essay Competition Winner Frank Mgungwe
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Mail and Guardian
Learning apartheid
by Leah Nasson and Catherine Sofianos
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
Democracy and open society in Zimbabwe 41 years after independence 
by Dewa Mavhinga
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
Climate Justice: How will Africa protect itself from global abusers? 
by Kolosa Ntombini
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Mail and Guardian Thought Leader
Troubling Power: Michael Scott and the Herero Mission to the UN
by Catherine Sofianos
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Mail and Guardian
Namibia's Blue Book of Record
by Catherine Sofianos
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Mail and Guardian
Under the Power of the Gun
by Catherine Sofianos
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GroundUp
Why Makhanda residents are taking their municipality to court: Sewage spills are an environmental and health crisis
by Cecile van Schalkwyk (LRC) and Catherine Sofianos
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Daily Maverick
Fighting the temptation to turn to violence in Zimbabwe
by Darlington Tshuma
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Mail and Guardian
Zimbabwe’s marriage Bill is an improvement but it still leaves women vulnerable
by Pretty Mubaiwa
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Daily Maverick
Universities must take transformation seriously
based on Mary Hames' presentation at the 2019 Annual Scholar's Conference. By Mary Hames
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Sunday Independent
Imagining the End of Capitalism
based on Sarita Ranchod's speech at the 2019 Annual Alumni Dinner.By Sarita Ranchod 
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GroundUp & Daily Maverick
One door of learning has opened, but the others are still firmly shut
by Gillian Attwood
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