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Job advertisement: Finance Manager

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The Economic Justice Network (EJN) of FOCCISA is looking for a Finance Manager.

 

  • The successful candidate will be tasked with the following:
  • All aspects of bookkeeping including reconciliation, journals, general ledger and trial balance.
  • Manage Payroll and Payroll Systems.
  • Manage budgets and monthly financials.
  • Manage the organizations financial accounting, monitoring and reporting systems.
  • Produce accurate financial reports to specific deadlines.
  • Liaise with Funding Partners with regards to EJN financial reporting.
  • Liaise with Auditors and prepare all necessary documents for the Annual Audit.
  • Do other tasks as identified by the Economic Justice Network’s Director.
  • Closing Date: 31 July 2017

 

 

 

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8th Alternative Mining Indaba Registration Opens

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Great News!!! Registration for the 8th Alternative Mining Indaba to be held at the Double Tree Hotel (Upper Eastside Hotel), Woodstock, Cape Town from 6 to 8 February 2017, has opened!  The theme will be:“Making Natural Resources Work for the People: Domestication of the African Mining Vision (AMV): From Vision to RealityClick here to register

The Registration Form can also be emailed to you, please send requests to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Should you have further queries about the 8th Alternative Mining Indaba, please address them to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

7th Alternative Mining Indaba Declaration

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Faith based organisations, Pan-African networks and organisations, labour movements, industry associations, media, international partners and community based organisations, have met from 8th – 10th February, 2015, in Cape Town, South Africa and issued the AMI_2016_Final_Communiqu.pdf .

Faith based organisations, Pan-African networks and organisations, labour movements, industry associations, media, international partners and community based organisations, have met from 8th – 10th February, 2015, in Cape Town, South Africa.
 

Alternative Mining Indaba gets bigger

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AMI-2015-Final-Report-212x300The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) of 2015 brought together approximately 300 participants from approximately 37 countries and they were comprised of: Government; policymakers and analysts, technical experts, stakeholders from the private sector, cooperating partners, representatives from communities; media; employers’ organizations, associations, academia and the international community.
The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) of 2015 brought together approximately 300 participants from approximately 37 countries and they were comprised of: Government; policymakers and analysts, technical experts, stakeholders from the private sector, cooperating partners, representatives from communities; media; employers’ organizations, associations, academia and the international community. 
Click here for the AMI 2015 Report
 
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