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October 19, 2021
  Engen has pledged another R1 million fuel to FoodForward SA, to help power the delivery of nutritious food to vulnerable people across South Africa   World Food Day aims to raise global awareness and create action by highlighting the plight of vulnerable and impoverished communities who are in desperate need of food.   “As...
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  Imperial’s key initiatives to drive road safety in South Africa, including its annual ‘Car Seats for Kids’ initiative, in partnership with Wheel Well and 947, as well as providing ‘walking seat belts’ to underprivileged children, in partnership with the Bakwena N1N4 Toll Route Concessionaire, have begun to commemorate Transport Month this October.   “As...
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  Food rescue organisation, SA Harvest, has celebrated its second anniversary, coinciding with World Food Day on 18 October and two major milestones – the delivery of 11 million meals to hungry people and the imminent launch of a branch in the Eastern Cape.   Alan Browde, SA Harvest Founder and CEO, says that the delivery...
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Sappi has entered into a Water Stewardship agreement with WWF-SA (World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa), aimed at improving the water security in the uMkhomazi catchment area. With its significant manufacturing and forestry footprint in this catchment area, which forms part of the Southern Drakensberg Strategic Water Source Area in KwaZulu-Natal, it makes sense...
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  A riveting, eight-part documentary podcast, featuring South Africa’s Wild Bird Trust founder and zoologist, Dr. Steve Boyes, entitled ‘Guardians of the River’ has won a Jackson Wild Award in the Podcast Category, after recently winning Best Narrative Nonfiction Podcast Award at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival.   The submissions included over 750 entries from more than 30 countries. The podcast is narrated...
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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'