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The reporting of matric results has become a matter for contentious debate in recent years. While such debate is healthy, it should not overlook the achievements of schools which lack many basic amenities. Some of these schools, with the support of public and private partnerships, are producing exceptional matriculants despite challenging conditions. One example is...
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Tenth Year Of Partnership Between HERBALIFE Family Foundation and Acres Of Love This year marks the 10th anniversary of a partnership between the Herbalife Family Foundation and Acres of Love. For the last 18 years, Acres of Love have been providing support and care for orphans across the country. There are currently 29 Acres of...
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16 Days of Activism: Marching against violence and crime Almost 200 Grade 5 to 9 pupils from Rabasotho Combined School marched through Diepsloot to protest against crime and violence in the area. Accompanied by the National Children and Violence Trust, they handed over a memorandum of concerns to the Diepsloot Police Station’s station manager. [High...
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Children from the Zip Zap Circus School entertain the crowd at the 2015 World AIDS Day show in Khayelitsha. This year’s theme is “ACT NOW: TEST & TREAT!” Photo: Anne Barbotteau                                                 ...
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Anneline Wildschut (13):  I really love what chess is giving me Traditionally, chess has been associated with a game played by middle-class men, not with 13-year old daughters of farm workers. Anneline Wildschut proves the world differently, one move at a time. Born and raised on one of the twenty-two wine farms that make up...
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In celebration of Universal Children’s Day this November, Cape Town EMBRACE – a new social movement aimed at closing societal divides in the Mother City, will be transforming the Company’s Garden in Cape Town into an interactive and fun-filled experience designed especially for children on Saturday the 19th. Inviting children and the adults from across...
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Capetonians will again get the chance to make a difference in the lives of patients at Red Cross Children’s Hospital, as well as take positive steps towards improving their own health with the annual Landmarks Challenge on Sunday 30 October. Runners or walkers who take part in the annual event will be invited to bring...
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PPG Group company, Prominent Paints, is lending a helping hand to non-profit organisation – Cotlands – through a national #feelgood fundraising campaign that has raised R150 000.  The paint company launched a special Cotlands promo pack in July which quickly sold out – proving South Africans have a heart and despite their own economic pressures...
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A Port Elizabeth resident has praised an armed response officer for coming to her assistance, when she was trying to reach a staff member who had fallen critically ill. Charlotte Vermaak explains that she received a call from the family of her staff member who lived in Motherwell on Monday 10 October, saying that the...
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The captain of the first South African rugby team to tour overseas in 1906, and the rector of the famous boys school in Stellenbosch (named after him), Paul Roos, was born here on the farm back in 1880. His family have farmed this land for five generations, currently owned by Tjuks and Johan Roos, his...
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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'