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September 20, 2016
by Steuart Pennington “The wilderness is where real things happen, not in the cities” was something my young daughter said to me after returning from a wilderness experience in Botswana. At 12 years old she had slept out in the open, cooked her own food, listened to the sounds of the wild and walked amongst...
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High school pupils and university students who are thinking about the next step in their educational careers will have all their questions answered when the national Student Expo comes to Centurion on September 23 and 24. The first Student Expo for Centurion will be hosted by Forest Hill City Shopping Centre. The two-day exhibition features...
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Many babies born in South Africa lack the most basic necessities in the first few weeks of life. The Grace Factory is a non-profit organisation that aims to alleviate this suffering by distributing free maternity packs to new mothers and children’s homes. On Saturday 17 September 2016, 100 members of the public joined forces with...
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Triumphalism – Will it ‘come to pass’ in SA by Chuck Stevens I remember that scary day when Chris Hani was assassinated.  Eish, we all trembled, wondering if the centre could hold.  Or if it would spark civil war?  But that night Madiba went on TV and saved the day.  South Africa experienced nothing less...
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Domestly, South Africa’s first on-demand cleaning app, ensures that with a simple thumb tap more homeowners have quick access to a professional on-demand cleaning service at affordable rates. The Domestly app (available on Android and iPhone) allows users to quickly browse profiles of available professional cleaners in their area and then immediately book and pay...
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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'