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September 12, 2017
Dedication and sacrifice see former cleaner graduate as registered nurse Wednesday, 23 August 2017, Mother of three, Caroline Plaatjies, is no stranger to hard work and sacrifice. At the recent Netcare Education graduation ceremony in Cape Town, she beamed with pride at achieving her ambition of becoming a registered nurse after having passed her Bridging...
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Rugby World Cup 2023 – SA Prospects Hosting is 1st an economic opportunity Hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2023 will bring South Africa R27.3 billion in direct, indirect and induced economic impact. It will also sustain 38 600 annual job equivalents – some temporary and some will be permanent. This is according to a...
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PROFILE: Thabo Mokhele Thabo Albert Mokhele, 39, wasn’t always Deaf. He lost his hearing when he was eight years old and, to this day, he doesn’t know why. Thabo grew up in Welkom and, when he lost both of his parents, moved to Johannesburg to find work. At that stage, he had no idea what...
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The ‘Big Cleanup’ this International Coastal Cleanup Day marks one year to World Cleanup Day 2018 Covering nearly 1,500 kilometres of the South African coastline, with a number of nodal cleanups to be implemented from Melkbosstrand in the west, to Ballito on the east coast of South Africa, the inaugural ‘Big Cleanup’ – a network...
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Outdoor Adventures Prepare Children for the Future   Campaign encourages South African teachers to take classes outside on Thursday, 12 October Teachers across South Africa are called to take at least one lesson outdoors on Thursday, 12 October 2017 as part of the global Outdoor Classroom Day campaign. The campaign is a response to the...
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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'