Day

November 9, 2018
30 October 2018: As supply chain disruptions become more prevalent and complex, threatening the survival and reputation of organizations, businesses should be adequately insured as part of their broader risk mitigation strategies. Malesela Maupa, Head of Insurer Relationships at FNB Insurance Brokers says supply chain disasters are a global challenge affecting all regions throughout the world, ranging from severe...
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05 November 2018: There is a misconception that a trust is only for wealthy individuals and one needs a lot of money to set it up. The reality is that any person can open a trust if they have some form of an asset that they feel need to be safeguarded for the benefit of their...
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KFC Mini-Cricket celebrates National Children’s Day by encouraging active play South Africa is a nation passionate about sport, yet thousands of children are denied the opportunity to play. Sport is more than just a game. Sport allows young boys and girls to engage in teamwork, discipline, tolerance and the value of fair play. As National...
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Adoption Body highlights the magic of the right fit on World Adoption Day World Adoption Day on 9 November is aimed at raising awareness of adoptions in communities and the positive and permanent change that it brings in the lives of families that are brought together through adoption. Katinka Pieterse of the National Adoption Coalition...
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Africa Code Week drives inclusive education with coding workshops for hearing-impaired children in Mozambique Mozambique – 08 November 2018 – Is coding a universal language that can bridge not only the gender and income gaps but enable also inclusive access to 21st century education? For the passionate team of Africa Code Week ambassadors in Mozambique,...
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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'