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September 19, 2017
South African comedian Trevor Noah may have been ‘Born a Crime’ but he’s fast become a ‘Living Legend’. Noah took over from Jon Stewart as the host of Comedy Central’s flagship show ‘The Daily Show’ in September 2015, to what was described at the time as ‘A Crowd Gone Mild’. Fast forward two years and...
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GIVING: HOW DOES SA STACK UP?  Background For the past 8 years Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) has published a World Giving Index to provide insight into the scope and nature of giving in 138 countries around the world. This year SA improved to 24th overall and 7th in Africa But, the devil is in the...
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DEBATING: DOES IT TAKE YEARS OF PRACTICE? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0bYN_JrCzg An Unlikely World An Unlikely World. This was the theme for the 2017 World Scholars cup; a debating competition that plays host to more than 2000 students from over 50 countries. It was also a world in which three students from Haythorn Secondary school found themselves in...
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Singita Sabi Sand recently picked up the coveted Conde Nast Traveller UK Reader’s Choice Award for Best Hotel in the Middle East, Africa and the Indian Ocean with Singita Grumeti following closely behind at number 3. We’re also incredibly proud to announce that last Tuesday evening, Singita won the award for Conservation & Sustainability at the PURE Life Experiences awards ceremony...
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550 deaf and hard-of-hearing South Africans employed by the Shoprite Group “When I was in matric I became very sick and that is when I lost my hearing. I was very worried and sad. Where I live, in Nongoma, there are no deaf people,” says Sbonelo Ndwandwe. “I was not able to communicate with other...
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Rama Improves Breakfast Habits Last week Rama made headway in its mission to improve the breakfast habits of South African children with the start of the Good Breakfast Schools Programme in 360 schools in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. The Good Breakfast Programme is a 4-week behaviour change programme that teaches children the importance and...
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14 September 2017: In South Africa, access to credit plays an important role in advancing financial inclusion. That is why it’s important for anyone applying for a Personal Loan to have a basic understanding of how to best set themselves up to qualify. Emma Mer, CEO of FNB Personal Loans, says “A Personal Loan is a...
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Update your Will today 12 September 2017 – The importance of a Will cannot go unnoticed as it is probably the most important document that you will sign during your lifetime. A Will provides you with the opportunity to give clear instructions on how your assets and wishes are to be dealt with when you pass away....
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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'