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July 24, 2018
The Albertina Sisulu Centenary – Paying Tribute to the Heroic 1956 Marchers Image Credit: Sisulu Family Archives  (24 July 2018, Johannesburg)  The 9th of August 1956 marks a watershed moment in South Africa’s struggle for freedom and women’s rights in South Africa – the Womens March on Union Buildings. More than 20, 000 women marched to...
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Claire Bisseker in last week’s FM reports “They say a recession is the one you talk yourself into. SA is in danger of making that mistake, judging from the rash of doomsday headlines that warn of recession, a fiscal cliff and a weak president beset by enemies. The narrative that “Ramaphoria” has turned into “Ramaphobia”...
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Patience is key as Ramaphosa works through Zuma destruction By Max du Preez Many South Africans, including many political commentators, seem to yearn for a table-thumping, fiery sword-wielding demagogue as leader, someone who personifies their own anger and frustrations. Cyril Ramaphosa is not that man. Ramaphosa is a calculated, measured politician. He plays the long...
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Inequality – It’s in our Hands By Justin Foxton During the 16th Nelson Mandela lecture, former US President Barack Obama humbly and vulnerably took issue with a side of humanity that few are ever brave enough to; the side that says that more is always better. He said: “Right now, I am actually surprised by...
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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'