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October 2, 2018
SAGoodNews # SouthAfrica # Commonwealthflyfishing # Upstreamflyfishing # FNBSA
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SAGoodNews # SouthAfrica # Justinfoxton # Peaceagency # FNBSA
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18 September 2018 – Financial security continues to be one the most important factors couples consider when planning to start a family. Therefore, life insurance policies which are structured correctly play a key role in maintaining the financial well-being of a family should both, or one partner pass away. Lee Bromfield, CEO of FNB Life, says...
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26 September 2018 – Spring is here and while this is great as we enjoy the outdoors;  consumers are encouraged to manage their finances and ensure that there is no wasteful expenditure before the end of the year. “There is nothing wrong with being more festive between the Spring and Christmas period; just be mindful about...
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Can you imagine having a 10 year-old daughter or son who is unable to read? This is the gloomy reality for the majority of South African parents: 78% of Grade 4 children in South Africa cannot read for meaning.  In other words, these children have spent at least four years at school and there is very...
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BLACK SA CLIMBER AWARDED FOR TAKING WOMEN’S SPORTS TO NEW HEIGHTS Saray Khumalo – Head of Partner Management at Multiply, Momentum’s wellness and rewards programme, and a leading black African female mountaineer – was presented with a Ministerial Recognition of Excellence Award by the Minister of Sport, Tokozile Xasa at the 2018 gsport Awards, in...
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DG Murray Trust & Primedia Outdoor team up to inspire early childhood development This month, the DG Murray Trust together with Primedia Outdoor have launched one of the country’s largest ever national outdoor media campaigns. The campaign seeks to draw the public’s attention to the power of early childhood development to change the future of South Africa. It comes at a time when...
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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'