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The first L is for Leadership.

The Desmond Tutu Centre for Leadership celebrated its 20 anniversary on September 1st 2019.

Its contribution to Leadership has gone through three strategic phases over these 20 years:

1. Nonprofit leaders and managers

2. Youth leaders and youth-led organizations

3. Green activists


Da Timothy Code

In 2021, we published a book about the history of church leadership in Africa.  The book is a kind of hagiography, profiling church leaders over two-thousand years.  The book is thematic: "shepherding the flock without fleecing the sheep".  It sends a strong message to leaders everywhere - about what leadership really is.  And what it isn't.



During the past two years, while Covid raged, C4L tried to find funding partners for the following two initiatives.  But our grantseeking efforts did not meet with success.

Nevertheless, leadership is ultimately INFLUENCE.  So we still think that they were great concepts, and continue to promote them...

VISION: Jubilee Land Banks

C4L is pleased to announce the call for the formation of a JUBILEE LAND BANK.

In due course, it aspires to establish 44 branches - one in each District Municipality in South Africa.

To learn more about this new initiative, click here.



VISION: A Network of Savings and Credit Unions

In collaboration with Inala Africa, C4L is promoting Savings as the basis for entrepreneurial activity.  To our way of thinking, Credit is second prize.  Savings is first prize.

For more on this initiative, click here.


Training Tools

C4L has been generating training manuals, videos and other tools for over a decade, for its own training events, and for others as well.  Both in English and in Portuguese.

Online mentoring project

C4L has also been slowly building an on-line mwntoring capability.  It looks like fibre-optic cable might finally reach the C4L compus in 2022?!

However, many of its target groups (township CBOs and cooperatives) have not yet crossed the "digital divide" to be able to access this kind of training.  Even if they do have limited connectivity, the bandwidth is to slow to support on-line training at grassroots level.


C4L is keeping to the role of Catalyst in its "envisioning" (two new initiatives mentioned above). 



In 2022, C4L is recycling some of its training materials generated over a decade ago for the deluge of AIDS-orphans.  As over 100 000 South Africans have perished from Covid, there is now another new wave of orphans.

Once again we will be sharing our training tools with educators (teachers and principals).  These will be re-introduced in "refresher courses".  For more on this new initiative, contact <>.




Cultural congruence

As in the celebration of Heritage Day on campus, C4L has consistently tried to champion the integration of local culture in its programming and training tools.