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March 9, 2018
07 March 2018 – Despite the negative connotations often associated with debt being bad for consumers, when used responsibly, debt can add significant value by helping consumers manage their financial affairs and progress in life.  Lynette Kloppers, FNB Premier CEO, says the ongoing debate around what makes good or bad debt is as old as the...
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CAPE TOWN – THIRSTIEST OF THE LOT BY WWF SA MARCH 7, 2018 Cape Town currently tops WWF’s list of cities most at risk of water shortages. The other 19 cities come from countries as far apart as Chile and China. The list was compiled using data from the WWF Water Risk Filter on average conditions (supply...
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Be Clean, Go Green Schools compete to be environmentally friendly by recycling glass The much anticipated fifth edition of The Glass Recycling Company’s Annual Schools Competition was launched in February.  The yearly eco-contest has been a phenomenal success since it kicked off in 2013 and 2018 will be no exception. Schools are invited to get...
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Ariane Lüthi hosts technical training ride for Anna Foundation ahead of UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Cape Town, 2 March 2018: World-class mountain biker, Ariane Lüthi shared her experience with ten young mountain-bikers from the Anna Foundation at a technical training session prior to the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Stellenbosch yesterday. The Swiss...
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#BETCHAELICANT ONE MORE TIME South Africa, 2 March 2018:  Fearless. Adventurous. Courageous. Renowned ability-activist Michaela (Chaeli) Mycroft is the inspiration behind The Chaeli Campaign, a social justice foundation changing society’s views on the capabilities and role of disabled children in South Africa and around the world. As a recipient of the International Children’s Peace Prize, 23...
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More than 20 years after apartheid, South Africa remains one of the most unequal countries in the world, according to the Oxfam Report on Global Inequality. The wealthiest 10% earn 50% of the country’s income, while 50% of the population collectively earn only 12%. Against this backdrop of disparity, the Community Chest has been working...
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African Elephants signal marula harvest time in Limpopo Villagers are harvesting fruit for the production of Africa’s most awarded liqueur 28 February 2018, Phalaborwa, South Africa – The time of year has arrived for hundreds of African Elephants to descend on the marula trees of the Valley of Olifants in the Lowveld of Limpopo and to signal...
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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'