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AfricaSIF word spreads; news from RIAA

Posted by AfricaSIF Project on Tuesday, May 25, 2010, In : General 
AfricaSIF is the beneficiary of good news spreading fast! Within 24 hours of our invitations to the 9 June JSE launch event 1 going out we have had congratulations from as far afield as Sydney, Port Louis, Paris, New York and London to our efforts.

Most unusual news came from the newswire dedicated to sustainability stories, CSRwire, based in the US. We heard from a friend of AfricaSIF working at the US Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] that Graham last saw at the EPA/Conference Board even...
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Siyaya phambili! First AfricaSIF launch event 9 June 2010 @ JSE

Posted by AfricaSIF Project on Monday, May 24, 2010, In : Events 
AfricaSIF is rolling out. After months of preparation and development of the AfricaSIF project by the team members, we have a date for our first launch event as we conduct our awareness-raising roll-out on AfricaSIF. We are delighted that the JSE is offering us their fine venue. Stock exchanges play a critical role, and especially the JSE SRI Index has been in the vanguard of debating and evolving what it means to consider ESG factors in investment decisions in Africa since launching in 2004....
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Recognition of ESG Reporting and Practices in South Africa

Posted by Graham Sinclair on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, In : General 
It is always encouraging hearing about positive developments on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) research, reporting, or investing activities on the African continent.

Few weeks ago, the Social Investment Forum (SIF) published a press release to mark the publication of their 3rd report focusing on emerging markets:  “Corporate Sustainability Disclosure in Emerging Markets.” The article explained that “Few Companies in Emerging Markets Offer Comprehensive “ESG” Reporting; ...


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AfricaSIF.org team The AfricaSIF.org team are active as investment practitioners today in Africa finding new ways and new capital to invest in ideas and investments that integrate environmental, social and governance factors into investment decisions. From our desks in Nairobi, Johannesburg, Windhoek, Gabarone, Nairobi, Stockholm, New York, Cape Town, London, Geneva, and other centres of African investment, we write about what capital is moving forward sustainable investment. Our stories cover private, public or philanthropy sector and add new pictures from our unique perspective for investors with USD 1 or USD 1 billion!