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November 10, 2020
The Ripple Effect – How water scarcity and climate change are changing the way we think of water We need water. It is essential for the flourishing of all life on earth, and yet we already do not have enough. This simple fact combined with predicted climatic events, such as megadroughts and increased desertification in...
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9 November 2020 Table Mountain has been announced by the World Travel Awards as Africa’s leading tourist attraction. This incredible award recognises the enigmatic beauty that has made Table Mountain one of the best tourist attractions in the world – having seen more than 29 million visitors reach the top of its summit by the...
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Crocworld Conservation Centre team, Martin Rodrigues (Manager), James Wittstock (Reptile Curator) and Grant Webster, responded to a call-out after a black mamba had allegedly been spotted on the solar panel of a second-storey house on the KZN South Coast near Scottburgh. “From time to time, we get called out for reports of snakes which, surprisingly,...
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Hospital marks milestone 150 robotic-arm assisted surgeries More mountains to climb and motorbike rides for patients after hip and knee replacements  Tuesday, 10 November 2020, The Johannesburg hospital where Africa’s first robotic-arm assisted total knee replacement surgery was performed a little over a year ago, recently reached a milestone 150 life-changing hip and knee replacements...
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What does WYSIATI /’VE-SI-HA-TI mean? JP Landman Explains There are two characteristics of “detail”; the first is that it is where the devil lurks; the second is that it never, or seldom, makes it into mainstream media. In this riveting article JP Landman unpacks three important political announcements that were made last month (Comment –...
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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'