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October 8, 2019
South Africans Abroad commemorate their unique diverse Heritage in China, Qatar & Germany  By Phindi Maduna September 24 is celebrated as Heritage Month in South Africa. During this month, South Africans, not only at home but also abroad, celebrate their diverse cultures. This September, Brand South Africa journeyed to East Asia, The Middle East and...
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Mpho Mookapele scoops top prize in the SAICA Top-35-under-35 CA(SA) competition Johannesburg, Thursday, 03 October 2019 – Mpho Mookapele (35), CFO and Acting CEO: Energy and Water SETA, has been announced as the overall winner of the 2019 Top 35-under-35 chartered accountants [CA(SA)] award. The Top-35-under-35 competition was launched by the South African Institute of Chartered...
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By Alec Hogg My twice a year investment roadshow ended in Durban last night on a familiar theme – referencing Daniel Kahneman’s research that shows we are nine times more likely to focus on bad news than good. I’m hoping many in the audience will acquire their own copies of the Nobel prizewinner’s masterful Thinking,...
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 In a well-researched article David Buckham writes “While there is anecdotal evidence that white, skilled people are emigrating, there is no data to support the idea that the rate of emigration is accelerating from the level it has been at for more than 15 years, or that the white population is shrinking as a result...
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South Africa is making little headway in its attempts to avert the reading crisis. The country is currently in a #CodeREaD status where eight out of 10 children can’t read and only 14% of South Africans are active readers. South Africa’s reading crisis has been an ongoing issue and several strategies have been proposed to improve literacy in South Africa. Some of these include promoting a culture of reading; encouraging parents to read to their children...
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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'