17. OSF-SA has long supported the use of film to communicate public information.

OSF-SA has long supported the use of film to communicate public information and to promote openness and accountability. This includes screening documentaries banned by the state broadcaster about Presidents, Marikana and other events in post-apartheid South Africa in local communities.

17. OSF-SA has long supported the use of film to communicate public information.2018-11-20T10:43:51+02:00

14. OSF set up a special 10 year fund to advance constitutionalism in South Africa

In 2014, OSF with Atlantic Philanthropies and the Ford Foundation set up a special 10 year fund to advance constitutionalism in South Africa. The Constitutionalism Fund focuses on providing multi-year core and specialist support to organisations in civil society, through selection by a Local Panel, headed by Justice Yvonne Mokgoro.

14. OSF set up a special 10 year fund to advance constitutionalism in South Africa2018-11-22T23:32:49+02:00

13. In 2013, OSF-SA partnered with the Mail & Guardian Newspaper.

In 2013, OSF-SA partnered with the Mail & Guardian Newspaper to set up new in-house Centre for Investigative Journalism (amaBhungane) – to develop investigative journalism work that was rooted in the public interest.

13. In 2013, OSF-SA partnered with the Mail & Guardian Newspaper.2018-11-20T10:35:43+02:00

12. When the South African Government proposed introducing the Protection of Information Bill.

When the South African Government proposed introducing the Protection of Information Bill (commonly called the Secrecy Bill) in 2011 in partnership with the Open Society Justice Initiative, OSF-SA supported the launch of the Right2Know Campaign – now a coalition of thousands of individuals and at least 400 civil society organisations

12. When the South African Government proposed introducing the Protection of Information Bill.2018-11-20T10:33:55+02:00
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