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August 22, 2017
Developing environments where special needs learners can thrive Nearly three-quarters of South African children living with disabilities are currently not in school.* As we observe Child Health Month this August, Adopt-a-School Foundation (AAS) urges all stakeholders to work together to develop strategies to support and educate these marginalised learners. “Schools in disadvantaged communities face many...
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History can teach us, and give us hope! by Stephen Mulholland* The father of modern economics, Adam Smith, once remarked that there’s a ‘great deal of ruin in a nation,’ by which he meant that it takes an awful lot of bungling by political leaders to bring down a powerful and prosperous state. History records...
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 Despite the uncertainty that surrounds us, there is a lot of serious thinking going on! I am a subscriber to the CDE reports, they more than demonstrate the enormous concern that thinking South Africans have for the challenges that confront us. Here are a few examples:- Youth Unemployment: An agenda for Action The Centre for...
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FNB Islamic Banking was recently nominated as the ‘Best Islamic Banking Window 2017’ by the Awards Committee of the 7th Global Islamic Finance Awards (GIFA). GIFA is an annual awards ceremony held to celebrate institutions and individuals who have made a significant impact in driving thought-leadership and the implementation of world class initiatives in the Islamic...
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Olympic Champion, Ryk Neethling, announced as CEO of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation South Africa A friend and fellow South African swimmer to Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene, Ryk Neethling, has been appointed CEO of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation South Africa, a prestigious voluntary position in South Africa’s charitable sector. “Ryk is...
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ROOIBOS COULD BE THE ANTIDOTE TO SA’s POOR SLEEP HYGIENE According to research, South Africans don’t sleep enough, which is considered a major public health concern as it not only costs the economy billions as a result of lost productivity and motor vehicle accidents, it could also lead to a variety of health complications such...
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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'