Trialogue handbook sheds light on state of CSI

The Trialogue 2015 CSI Handbook was launched at The Gordon Institute of Business Science in Johannesburg on Thursday, December 3.

The handbook sheds light on the state of corporate social investment in the country with special focus on expenditure.

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