Creative Consulting & Development Works

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Expression of Interest: Consultants Database

3 April 2014

We are currently updating our Consultant Database and are looking for senior consultants with experience in a number of areas. Please see the below Expression of Interest: Consultants Database for more information.   Creative Consulting & Development Works (CC&DW) is a well-established consultancy providing a range of targeted services to […]

What is Development?

6 March 2014 Tshabo, © Maureen Sill

  “Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.” – Kofi Annan The term development presupposes that something is changing, evolving or progressing in order to be realised in a more effective and often, ethical […]

Cape Town: World Design Capital 2014

27 January 2014 World Design Capital Cape Town 2014

“Design is all around you, everything man-made has been designed, whether consciously or not.” – George Cox   Since the appointment of the fourth biennial World Design Capital (WDC) in 2011, Cape Town is this year the first African city designated with this prestigious award. Cape Town is South Africa’s […]

Happy Holidays from CC&DW

20 December 2013 CC&DW Team Photo, December 2013

Happy Holidays! As the Creative Consulting & Development Works office prepares to close for the holidays from 21 December to 6 January, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support and collaboration in 2013, the anniversary of our 10th year in service of South Africa’s […]

Tata Mandela

6 December 2013 Nelson Mandela, 92nd birthday official photo

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, 18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013 We wish to express our deep sadness for the passing of Tata Mandela, and our heartfelt condolences to Nelson Mandela’s family, both immediate and across the country as a people. As a person of unwavering integrity in the face of […]

Tsholofelo attends the Making CSI Matter Conference

21 July 2013

by Tsholofelo Khoza Creative Consulting & Development Works new Business Development Manager, Tsholofelo Khoza, attended the Trialogue Making CSI Matter Conference on 28-29 May at the Wanderers Club in Illovo, Johannesburg. Now in its sixth year, the conference is established as South Africa’s CSI event of the year. Nearly 50 speakers inspired more […]

Budget speech adresses the crisis of youth unemployment in South Africa

28 February 2013

As noted by President Zuma in the 2013 State of the Nation address, our country, like many others, has a crisis of youth unemployment. Intimately linked to this is the South African skills challenge, which is both systemic and complex. What has become clear over the past few years is […]

Anticipation builds ahead of Finance Minister’s Budget Speech today

27 February 2013

In maintaining with the build up ahead of today’s much anticipated Budget Speech address delivered by South African Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan, we thought it would be interesting to hear what others expectations are for the new fiscal year. This video features interviews with prominent representatives of political parties in […]

A good time to donate

26 February 2013

With the end of the financial year on Thursday many South African businesses are looking for non-profits they can support through donations. Individuals can also gain a tax rebate by donating to a registered nonprofit organisation. So if you want to give something back here are a list of nonprofits […]

Residents furious over new Chapman’s Peak Toll

29 February 2012

Protesters against the construction of a new toll gate plaza on Chapman’s Peak have revved up their efforts in delaying building on site with various demonstrations including handcuffing themselves to the scaffolding at construction points – and in an extreme case, saw a woman entering into a 15-day hunger strike. […]