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January 31, 2017
Two guys, two motorbikes and a mission to promote fresh produce consumption – 6 out of 10 UK kids don’t know where their fruit comes from. Dbn harbour visit on 20/01/16: L-R: Faisal Asmal (Citrus Growers Association), Phillip Jubileous (Fresh Produce Terminals), Max MacGillvray (Great Fruit Adventure), Justin Chadwick (Citrus Growers Association), Dean Ganeson (Fresh Produce Terminals)...
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SECONDARY SCHOOLS in SA – WHAT SHOULD THEIR OFFERING BE? There approximately 7000 Secondary Schools in SA, ranging from the very best to the very worst. As the Joint Education Trust tells us; 5% are ‘World Class’, 15% are functional as places of learning, and 80% are dysfunctional as places of learning. This year my...
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PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION BODY TO BOOST STUDENT OPTIONS AND ACCESSIBILITY IN SA   South Africa’s leading private higher education institutions have committed to improving the quality and positioning of the sector in the country. Launched with an official signing ceremony at Milpark Education in Johannesburg yesterday (Wednesday 25 January), SA Private Higher Education (SAPHE) aims...
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HOLY MASS: OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF LITTLE EDEN 50th ANNIVERSARY In 2017, LITTLE EDEN Society will be celebrating 50 years of loving care of persons with intellectual disability! The official launch of this special anniversary year will be a Mass of Thanksgiving at LITTLE EDEN, Bapsfontein, Elvira Rota Village, Holy Family Chapel on Sunday 29 January...
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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'