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July 31, 2018
SA’s National Culinary Team – the Olympic team that’s cooking! While the athletes famous for their speed, athletic endurance and physical strength hit the headlines every four years, there’s a different Olympiad that takes place in Stuttgart every fourth year: the IKA Culinary Olympics. And while our Olympic track and field athletes have been celebrated...
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Recycling boost for SA  Africa’s largest PET recycler announces R200-million expansion  JOHANNESBURG – IN a boost for recycling efforts nationally, Africa’s largest PET plastic recycler has announced a R200-million expansion which will put South Africa firmly on course to meet its recycling and job creation targets for the next five years. The announcement this week...
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DROUGHT RELIEF SUPPORT for commercial and emerging sheep farmers Over 100 Northern Cape sheep farmers, who have been adversely affected by the ongoing regional drought, have been thrown a life-line, by the two local wind farms. Loeriesfontein Wind Farm and Khobab Wind Farm responded to a formal request for drought relief support from both commercial...
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Why raising $100bn in investment is possible By Busi Mabuza Leaders of the BRICS nations gathered in South Africa last week for the 10th summit of the grouping that accounts for more 17% of global trade, Chairman of the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Board, Ms Busi Mabuza reflects on the importance of the event and...
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Renewable energy brings power and jobs to Clanwilliam By Kate Pallett Clanwilliam’s first retail shopping centre, which opened at the end of June, is an example of how renewable energy is aiding economic development in small towns with limited access to the national grid. This is according to Dominic Wills, CEO of SOLA Future Energy,...
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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'