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INSPIRING JOURNEY TO BUSINESS SUCCESS – CHRISTIAN SHABALALA Even dreaming about becoming an entrepreneur was too much of a luxury for Christian Shabalala as he grew up in the grinding poverty of the rural outskirts of Ladysmith. Every day as he walked the many dusty kilometres back home from the farm school, gathering the family’s...
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From Pump Attendant to Co-owner: The Rise of Shepherd Macothoza Ask Shepherd Macothoza how old he is and he’ll answer “That depends”. Born in Khayelitsha in 1979, Shepherd’s family lost their possessions – including his birth certificate – in the township riots in the mid-1980s. On re-issue, the government moved his birthdate back to 1975...
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Sustainable Winemaking The Way of The Future Cape Town, 9 May 2016: South African winemakers and viticulturists are increasingly committed to a holistic winegrowing approach: nurturing the soil, respecting the ecosystem and working with nature to reduce effects on the Cape Floral Kingdom, the smallest yet richest plant kingdom on earth which boasts an astounding...
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Sexy Socks – Sexier Than You Think WILLOUGHBY’S – MORE THAN SUSHI “I love the way my country can exasperate me one minute and leave me with tears of joy and pride five minutes later. Because when it counts, South Africans know how to pull together – I’ve seen it over and over again.” Verashni...
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The JackalBerry Challenge Story “Because it is about giving back” What started out as a dare around a braai several years ago, has certainly made a profound impact on many people, both the scholars at the beneficiary school, as well as the 70 cyclists who have completed at least one of the JackalBerry Challenges to...
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A Better South Africa. One degree at a Time Financially strapped students from the Valley of 1000 Hills are being given a lifeline to a better future and the opportunity to break out of the cycle of poverty thanks to a Hillcrest based NPO.The Hillcrest Advice Bureau and Bursary Fund (HABandBF) is an inspiring KwaZulu-Natal...
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Successful Wembley Old Scholars EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA – A GOOD STORY Time Magazine published an article about successful siblings. They analysed families in which all the siblings achieved. They defined success by leadership, service or achievement. None of the families grew up wealthy but the siblings were privileged in many other ways. They had...
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A TRIBUTE to THULI MADONSELA by Justin Foxton This is a beautifully written tribute to Thuli, it is a must read – and I can’t help saying this – why was there not a piece, as well written, scribed by our newsprint journalists? And will Adv. Busisiwe Mkhwebane aspire to have a similar tribute written...
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“Friends of Red Cross thanks Cape Town for again ‘running with teddies’” The runners and walkers of Cape Town have been thanked for once again supporting the patients of the Red Cross Children’s Hospital. The facility received a massive donation of toys and teddy bears last week (Friday), which was collected at an annual fun...
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South African based Chef appointed as VP of the World Association of Chefs Societies Executive Chef Martin Kobald, a culinary extraordinaire in South Africa since 1988, has been elected as vice -president of the Worldchefs – World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS). WACS – a global organisation for official chefs associations, representing around 10 million professional chefs in over...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'