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August 9, 2017
ChefMLK launches in-house apprenticeship programme The concept of apprenticeships is almost as old as the concept of work. Some 4 000 years ago, the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi compelled artisans to teach their crafts to the next generation. Through the centuries, apprenticeship practices have evolved to what we know today. In the culinary world, particularly...
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Fighting Back: SA can be global inspiration again by Steuart Pennington The 8th “No Confidence” debate has come and gone. It was an emetic event, rather like a car crash, or an earthquake, or a tsunami. All over the ‘head-lines’ with much interest, international focus, currency casualty, crowing opponents and then………… to-morrow the ‘headlines’ will...
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Share stories not stereotypes this Women’s Month Words have power. They have the power to unite or divide, heal or hurt. This Women’s Month, social change NGO Heartlines is encouraging South Africans to change the narrative around women by embracing platforms like What’s Your Story? – a values-inspired campaign that uses the power of storytelling...
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Inyathelo secures R2 million funding to build NPO capacity  7 August 2017 South African NPOs (not for profit organisations) will continue to access vital advice and support from Inyathelo, the South African Institute for Advancement, thanks to a generous grant of US$150 000 (about R2 million) from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. This US philanthropic...
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07 August 2017: What’s the best way to manage family loans? Be careful not to get into serious debt trying to help a family member, it’s important to set clear rules about how money is treated in the relationship. There’s always a risk that because of the family connection, repaying may be deemed unnecessary. Eunice...
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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'