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July 18, 2017
I came to South Africa seven years ago from Zimbabwe seeking greener pastures as my family history included poverty and abuse. For almost a year I earned peanuts as a domestic worker when approached by girls who told me about getting quick and easy cash. Naturally I agreed to join them when I saw them...
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Sam van Coller: “I have a dream for SA in 2017…” Sam van Coller was my first boss, in 1978 after a brief stint on the mines where I had no boss, just a Mine Captain who saw me as a Communist Plot sent by Hoofkantoor to liberate die ‘swaartes’, I joined the Institute for...
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Young South Africans receive award from the Queen at Buckingham Palace 2017 QUEEN’S YOUNG LEADERS AWARDS CEREMONY (PHOTO: GETTY) Cape Town – The QYL award recognises exceptional young people between the ages of 18 and 29 across the Commonwealth who are driving tangible change and transforming their communities. Farai Mubaiwa (Founder of Africa Matters) was awarded...
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Spazasparks to create 1000’s of digital jobs for unemployed youth RetailTech partners with government in ambitious bid to create real-time jobs in wake of all time high of unemployment A Durban tech team’s innovative mobile application, Spazapp, has now joined forces with the likes of big corporates Microsoft, Hollard, Barloworld, and Coca-Cola in signing the...
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 Ready, Steady, Volunteer – Mandela Month Edition #3  Botshabelo This is Botshabelo’s favourite day of the year! They get to honour the great Nelson Mandela and connect with and celebrate the supporters and community. Help Botshabelo, fill 67 square meters with donations for their 3 programmes. You can help them continue feeding their babies, educating...
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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'