Our youth are struggling with mental health problems

By Chantelle Oosthuizen, Executive Director, Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust Young people in South Africa have been struggling with the burden of mental health problems associated with poverty, disrupted learning, unemployment and even the Covid-19 pandemic. Mental...
Providing job opportunities through our programmes

Providing job opportunities through our programmes

01 May 2022 Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation is committed to fostering an inclusive and empowered society through improving education and growing small Black businesses. The Foundation believes that progress in education and enterprise development...
The right to development is an inalienable human right

The right to development is an inalienable human right

22 March 2022 The United Nations Declaration on the Right to Development explicitly frames human rights as equal and indivisible and that people, communities and societies need to enjoy access to these rights for their development. It declares: “The right to...
Benefits, burden and barriers of tax compliance for small businesses

Benefits, burden and barriers of tax compliance for small businesses

16 August 2021 By Black Umbrellas, a partner entity of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation Benjamin Franklin, an iconic American president, famously said. “…in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes.” This past year in South Africa, conversation has circled...