The Institute for Humanities in Africa (HUMA) hosts a series of regular events called Cape Town Commons. These events aim to facilitate public engagement with issues that challenge and inform us as citizens, drawing academics into discussion with interested interlocutors in the city. As part of this series, HUMA will host a panel discussion focusing on the South African Lottery on 22 May at 18h00 at the Mowbray Town Hall. This event, titled Tata our Billions, will focus on the reported R6 billion of Lottery funds earmarked for "good causes" that remain undistributed. The panel discussion will ask what impact the Lottery's funding decisions and oversights have for civil society in Cape Town, and what could be done about it.
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