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Khulisa Social Solutions scoops 6th international awards in 12 months.

In just 12 months, Khulisa Social Solutions has proudly won its 6th international award as a leading NGO in the social development sector. The organisation’s latest accomplishment is an award for the Best Social Solutions Not-for-Profit 2024 – South Africa, by the prestigious GBI Magazine (Global Business Insight). The 2024 Global Business Insight Awards celebrates business leadership, innovation in finance, & success in the investment and sector space across all seven continents of the world.

These annual awards are an illustration of the very best this essential that different sectors have to offer.    The 2024 Global Business Insight Awards endeavour to identify and celebrate those who fall within the Business Insight umbrella, whilst not forgetting the advisors who helped them get there.

The Global Business Insight Awards celebrate the very best in the industry, highlighting individuals, teams, and organisations from various disciplines. The awards aim to identify and honour those who fall within the Business Insight umbrella, from CEOs to young entrepreneurs and large corporations to sole traders.

Through their groundbreaking work in South Africa’s most vulnerable communities, from creating sustainable livelihoods through capacitating micro-agricultural enterprises, capacitating NGOs to implement peace-making interventions, and to programmes that support youth education and development, Khulisa is at the forefront of addressing the most pressing social challenges.

Khulisa Social Solutions’ selection for this esteemed award is a testament to its commitment to social impact and its contribution to the community in South Africa. The organisation’s dedication to making a difference has been recognised by the Global Business Insight Awards, which have undertaken extensive research to ensure the selection of only the most elite honourees.

“We are honoured to receive this award and be recognised for our efforts in creating positive social change,” said Lesley Ann van Selm, Founder and Managing Director of Khulisa Social Solutions. “This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and partners who have contributed to our success.”

To find out more information on Khulisa Social Solutions and their work to support male GBV victims, visit www.khulisa.org.za or get in contact at lesleyann@khulisa.org.za.

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