March 2, 2011
Helmer’s docu on Zimbabwe election put camera on the voters
November 25, 2010
Groups Celebrate Anti-Corruption Day Thursday
Daily Observer (Liberia)
December 8, 2010
Building an online constituency for democracy and development in Africa
TrustAfrica, a young foundation with an ambitious agenda, has embraced social media to forge links and foster dialogue across the continent and among the Diaspora. Along the way it has learned a bit about what these tools can and cannot achieve, but some answers are still proving elusive.
Clinton Gathering Closes In New York
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
September 24, 2010
By Caroline Preston
Former President Bill Clinton’s annual philanthropy meeting wrapped up Thursday, with appearances from President Obama, Michelle Obama, and Bill Gates.
TrustAfrica commits to lead $2.7 million fund for research on business and investment in Africa
African initiative builds knowledge to fuel enterprise and drive pro-poor growth
NEW YORK, September 23, 2010—TrustAfrica’s commitment to strengthening private enterprise and fostering pro-poor growth throughout Africa was featured on stage today at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting. Over the next three years, TrustAfrica will provide $2.7 million for pioneering research on ways to stimulate the development of small and medium-sized enterprises and ensure that prosperity is broadly shared.
We are thrilled to report that “Shungu: The Resilience of a People” — a documentary film about the electoral crisis in Zimbabwe — has won the 2010 Ousmane Sembene Prize at the Zanzibar International Film Festival. Shungu was directed by our design consultant, Saki Mafundikwa, and received a grant from TrustAfrica for production.
Off the Pitch: African Philanthropy Comes Into Its Own
July 13, 2010