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May 29, 2018
INTERESTED IN WINNING A PRIZE FOR A SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVE?  READ ON:  APPLICATIONS FOR THE SAB AND AB INBEV AFRICA SUSTAINABLE CHALLENGE ARE NOW OPEN The South African Breweries (SAB) and Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) Africa have committed to several ambitious Sustainability Goals to be achieved by 2025 in the areas of Water Stewardship, Smart Agriculture,...
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GETTING SOUTH AFRICA BACK ON TRACK Conversations on South Africa’s ‘moment of hope’. As South African President Cyril Ramaphosa approaches his first 100 days in office, it’s undeniable that the mood of many a conversation around the nation’s dinner tables and water coolers has lifted considerably, after a decade of doom and gloom. Corruption is...
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Changing the World – One Story at a Time Our country is gearing up for the 2019 election and so predictably, the seeds of division are being sown. Racist rhetoric, polarisation, distortion of facts and even hate speech are going to be the order of the day for the next 12 to 18 months. This...
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HEINEKEN South Africa and its partners have selected 45 entrepreneurs to participate in this year’s Orange Corners entrepreneurial programme. Orange Corners South Africa is a Johannesburg-based business incubator, housing startups and providing them with physical workspaces, knowledge and training, mentorship and coaching. An initiative by the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa, the programme is an effort by Dutch-origin companies...
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“It’s about time” Santa Shoebox Project The Santa Shoebox Project is officially a “tween”! At 12-years old, South Africa’s best loved children’s charity has touched the lives of 762 594 underprivileged children throughout South Africa and Namibia. When a donor pledges a Santa Shoebox, they promise a child the gift of self-worth and fulfilled potential....
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Christa Calitz Named Deep Heat Urban Athlete for Inspirational Comeback  Johannesburg, 25 May 2018: In 1996, Christa Calitz’s dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer and teacher shattered when she fell out of a moving bus due to a faulty door, and was subsequently dragged beneath it. The result of the accident required Christa to undergo...
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Over the years, the Peace Agency has established a number of “Baby Homes” – places of love and care for abandoned and orphaned babies and toddlers. As our model informs, most of these are now fully-fledged NGO’s in their own right and run independently of us. Under our umbrella, we have the Durban North Baby...
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SA’s battle of the boerewors is back Entries for the 2018 Championship Boerewors competition are now open. With a new competition structure in place, it is now even more accessible for those with a special recipe for traditional boerewors up their sleeves. Boerewors enthusiasts who believe that their recipe has what it takes are invited...
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It’s official, your next South African Springbok captain will be Siya Kolisi. Kolisi will become the first black Test captain in South Africa, leading the Boks into a three-Test series against England in June. Although Chiliboy Ralepelle led the Boks in a 2006 match against the World XV, it did not have Test status.
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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'