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August 10, 2016
Exclusive Club shaping by Cees Bruggemans In the modern post-WW2 era, there have been notable political women leaders. Golda Meir, Maggie Thatcher, Indira Ghandi, Benazir Bhutto stand out, Cristina Kirchner less so. Some were major reformers (Maggie), others mothers to their nation (Golda). Some were thoroughly detested (going strictly by Kissinger). But they were only...
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Whilst you would expect this to be a man’s game, a surprising number of women truck drivers work for Engen, whose driver programme has – since 2006 – seen females compete successfully with males in this exacting environment. Engen’s National Transport Manager, Llewelyn Snyman explains that there’s nothing stopping women in an environment previously dominated...
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POST ELECTION EUPHORIA, TIME TO MAFFICK? by Steuart Pennington For some the recent Municipal elections have signalled a huge and positive move in the sentiments of the voting public, “Finally we have a decent opposition, finally the hegemony of the ANC has been cracked, finally our democracy matures” they maffick (‘maffick’ is an ‘old’ English...
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Buckle into this road safety #WomansMonth campaign this August Swish! Click! Save a Life.  #IBuckleUpMyFamily”, because I care… do you? South Africans Against Drunk Driving (SADD) is pushing for more awareness around seatbelt use. We would like to involve you in helping to prevent the high number of deaths and injuries that occur on our...
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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'