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November 2, 2017
20 YEARS & R500 MILLION OF GIVING BACK THANKS TO SOUTH AFRICAN CONSUMERS October 2017 One of South Africa’s most trusted and established community loyalty programmes, MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Launched in 1997 as an entrepreneurial business with the aim of empowering consumers to make a difference to education, the...
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 First step to encourage communities to open their homes to tourists Airbnb is to invest $1 million in community-led tourism projects in Africa, including Cape Town, through to 2020. Yesterday, the leading online home-sharing platform pioneered the first collaboration agreement between a government authority in Africa to encourage local communities to join a Homesharing Club...
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2017: SME employment pressure rising  NSBC releases findings of the 2017 National Small Business Survey  According to the National Development plan, the SME community is expected to provide 90% of new employment opportunities by 2030. This makes SMEs the driving force behind South Africa’s economy, placing even greater pressure and expectation on a sector that...
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FREE STATE PUPIL WINS NAL’IBALI’S NATIONWIDE STORYTELLING TALENT SEARCH Nal’ibali, the national-reading-for-enjoyment campaign, has announced 11-year-old Lindiwe Makhoba from Mangaung, Bloemfontein, as the national winner of its annual storytelling contest, Story Bosso. Chosen from over 6 000 entries collected from across the country, Makhoba’s winning entry, My Life as a Princess, is a masterfully-told, multilingual poem...
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Rugby World Cup 2023 bid process factsheet Note to editors: To aid your reporting of forthcoming announcements relating to Rugby World Cup 2023 bidding, below is a summary of the process being followed and the next steps. Beneath that is further background on the process since inception and links to key materials and documents relating...
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1 November 2017: Cash is king, but it can be both expensive and risky whereas cashless modes of payment are easily accessible and cost effective because they are conducted via card or through digital banking channels, which is safe and can be done from anywhere at any time. “Card payments remain the most common type of...
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 25 October 2017: If you are amongst many customers who are taking advantage of the ease and convenience of shopping online with their credit cards, it is important to empower yourself with  a few tips to keep your card details safe whenever you shop online. Chris Labuschagne, CEO of Credit Card at FNB says, “Online shopping...
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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'