Disability: How can we be more inclusive?

On the back of strong commitment from SaveAct and its partners to embrace the issue of disability, it was agreed at the recent 2016 Annual Partners' Meeting that staff would start to systematically track the number of disabled members in savings and credit groups as one indicator of inclusivity.


Video: Women smallholder farmers in South Africa

This short video captures, in their own words, some of the impressive achievements of two enterprising smallholder women farmers who have used the opportunities presented by SaveAct programmes to improve household finances and food security, as well as generate income through a poultry-producing enterprise.


Women’s Day focus

SaveAct operations manager for KwaZulu-Natal Dr Sazile Mtshali has a PhD focused on rural livelihoods in KwaZulu-Natal. She also has many years’ experience of teaching in the field of rural development, including agriculture and home economics. To commemorate Women’s Day 2016, Dr Mtshali shares her reflections on the value of SaveAct’s work for its female members and why she’s proud of the work she does.


Saving brings hope to Eshowe

Members of four SaveAct-led groups gathered in Eshowe to celebrate their graduation after 18 months and to share stories about how their membership has changed their lives.


Director graduates from SETA course

SaveAct director Anton Krone was among 15 people who graduated from the BANKSETA-funded Executive Development Programme in Inclusive Finance. Run by the Gordon Institute of Business Science in partnership with Positive Planet, the six-month course was a pilot programme aimed at experienced professionals from a diverse range of sectors.


SaveAct and EU join hands

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SaveAct has launched its Masongeni, sandise ingeniso (saving together, growing together) project. The close to €840,000 (R12,6 million) EU-funded project will support micro-credit savings schemes in rural communities across three provinces.

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