The Authority believes that being a responsible and contributing corporate citizen is a key component of the organisational business strategy.  Through its corporate social investment, the Authority is committed to the empowerment, development and support of disadvantaged communities.

 

The Corporate Social Investment (CSI) policy of the Authority is a deliberate, focused, coherent and progressive programme that is:

  • Well coordinated
  • Mutually beneficial
  • Seen as a strategic business function
  • Aligned to the mandate of the Authority

In allocating resources to the focus areas outlined below, the Authority shall be guided by the need to:

  • focus on communities where the Authority operates e.g. USF areas, postal areas, schools etc.
  • emphasize investments in disadvantaged communities, particularly in the rural areas
  • support programmes that engender empowerment and development

 

Three focus areas have been identified, namely:

  • Education
  • Technical skills training
  • Orphans and vulnerable children