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January 20, 2016
by Shelagh Gastrow, Daily Maverick In a South African context which includes a huge decline of confidence, both by business and individual citizens that South Africa will prosper; where leadership and vision is sorely lacking; where our messages are negative wherever we look; where our currency is tumbling out of control; where corruption thrives unabated;...
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Written by Alec Hogg In 1974, Brazilian economist Edmar Bacha, used a mythical country called Belindia to explain his nation’s challenge. He described Brazil as akin to a merger between a small first world island of prosperity like Belgium with a country possessing a sea of poverty, like India. Bacha, his country’s first Harvard economics...
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by Sarah Adams, The South Africa UNILAD Magazine shared this fantastic drone footage taken by YouTuber Robin Icare on their Facebook page yesterday. To date it has been shared nearly 25,000 times and has over 70,000 likes. Here’s what they shared: Facebook Twitter Google+ Share
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Meet Kelvin Joel. Pastry chef, co-owner of the Johannesburg Culinary and Pastry School, regular at the Market on Main, guest on MasterChef SA and selected to showcase South African Gastronomy in Paris, France, Joel is cetainly impressive. But the real meat to his story started a long time ago in Westbury, Johannesburg. In his words,...
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by Lwazi Nongauza, Activate The Freedom Charter declared that ”The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall be Opened”. It went on to say “Education shall be free, compulsory, universal and equal for all children; Higher education and technical training shall be opened to all by means of state allowances and scholarships awarded on the basis...
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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'