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Today the challenges of being a responsible, effective citizen are more diverse, nuanced and complex than in the past. Sustaining democracies, strengthening economic competitiveness and meeting local, national and global challenges demands a broader vision of citizenship for the twenty-first century.

Ivor Ichikowitz

NEWS

NEWS
June 23, 2022

Ivor Ichikowitz EU-Africa Business Summit 2022

NEWS
June 22, 2022

African brain drain: ‘90% of my friends want to leave’

main image: Ayoade Oni, who is set to study Computer Science at university, wants to move to Canada By Cecilia MacaulaySource: bbc.com A new survey of more than 4,500 young…
NEWS
June 22, 2022

Africans have confidence in China, survey shows

By NDUMISO MLILO in Johannesburg, South Africa | China Daily Source: chinadaily.com main picture: A contestant (C) and companions perform traditional Chinese dance at the 21st Chinese Bridge competition held…

OPINION

OPINION
May 12, 2022

Is South Africa on the brink of state collapse?

OPINION
May 12, 2022

Can we free ourselves from foreign influences?

Perhaps the most important lesson for Africa to draw from the conflict in the Ukraine is the danger of being dependent on others for our essentials. Unless we can learn…
OPINION
May 12, 2022

On Climate Change, Africa Is Where the Rubber Hits the Road

Young Africans don’t need to have their feet held to the fire on the question of implementing climate commitment because they already feel the heat.

PHILANTHROPY

INDUSTRIALIST

Ivor Ichikowitz is a South African-born industrialist, social entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He began his career during South Africa’s political transition in the early 1990s, working to support Nelson Mandela’s programme of democratisation, national reconciliation, economic and industrial normalisation and integration into the African Continent and the global economy.

PHILANTHROPIST

IVOR Ichikowitz is a man of Africa, inspired and enthused by the continent but most especially South Africa his birthplace. He is a firm believer in the African ethos of Ubuntu; he exists because of others and it is this philosophy which underpins the billionaire’s philanthropy through the multiple award-winning Ichikowitz Family Foundation, which was established in 2010.