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June 20, 2017
World-class climbers aim to touch 300 000 learners…if they conquer whirlwind SA summit-record CAPE TOWN. – Four world-class climbers – two of whom conquered Everest – have spent 1600 hours of preparation in 2017 for the goal of summiting nine South African peaks in a record time in pursuit of generating public support of R100000 to equip...
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2017 # 1: SA in numbers – Geography, Population, & Economy – compared to the rest of the World: Nathanael West “Numbers constitute the only universal language.” Every year the Economist ‘Pocket World in Figures’ brings out a varied set of global rankings covering 190 countries. These range from fastest-growing economies to highest per capita...
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CHANGE HAPPENING BEHIND YOUR BACK IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES! by Alec Hogg I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my current trip to Johannesburg. Mainly because of the undeniable progress so quickly evident to the external observer. Noticeable is Sandton’s vastly improved traffic flow; greater utilisation of the Gautrain; a higher presence and increased engagement by traffic cops;...
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SA’s JackalBerry MTB Challenge: The charity ride that has changed the lives of its recipients and its riders  There are probably few MTB events in the world that started out as a dare among friends around a braai, that have gone on to attract the attention of high-calibre sponsors, and that exclusively benefit a disadvantaged...
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Meet the Mamas of the Free State  The Free State is lucky enough to have individuals that are making a real and measurable difference in their communities. Clover Mama Afrika, Clover’s CSI project, supports a number of determined women who have the vision to help eradicate poverty and hunger among vulnerable people in their communities....
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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'