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April 20, 2018
Setting Up SA’s Next Generation of Adults for Financial Success South Africans’ financial literacy is currently ranked lowest in the world, according to a survey conducted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, in which 2,813 South Africans aged between 18 and 79 participated. The survey found that South African adults display low levels...
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BOTTLED WATER PUTS PRESSURE ON CAPE TOWN RECYCLING 19 April 2018 A couple of months ago when Day Zero looked like a harsh reality Capetonians stocked up on bottled water. Now with Day Zero being pushed out to next year, all this bottled water is being consumed and the plastic bottles discarded creating above normal...
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If your child is in Grade R this year, they will matriculate in 2030 and be thrust into a world so different to the one we are living in today that unless we prepare them for the future unseen, the current rapid developments in technology will cause economies to slip behind and inequality to widen....
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Recognising the severe financial pressures which leave many students too hungry to apply themselves to their studies, the Shoprite Group has implemented Student Discount Week once a month across all its Shoprite and Checkers stores in South Africa. In doing so, the Group is assisting cash-strapped students to make their limited funds go a little...
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18 April 2018 – Today, First National Bank (FNB) announced the launch of eWallet eXtra, a mobile bank account that allows unbanked and underbanked South African consumers to use a feature phone or a smartphone to open a bank account without ever walking into a branch. eWallet eXtra will have no monthly fees and consumers are...
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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'