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July 26, 2022
South Africans open their hearts during Mandela Month   Futurelife and its partners move the bar on the company’s pledge to deliver 5 million meals to children in need The spirit of ubuntu has come to the fore during Mandela Month with many South Africans contributing to the Futurelife initiative to make a tangible difference in the lives...
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July 2022, West Coast Grade R learners at the West Coast’s small Holvlei Primary School have enthusiastically started the third school term in a newly built classroom. The new classroom, was handed over by Umoya Energy Wind Farm, late June, in a ceremony attended by the Principal, teachers, parents, SGB members and Mrs Sally Meyer,...
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    Solving SA’s waste management woes Conversations around the importance of environmental sustainability, and specifically South Africa’s waste management problem, have come to the fore once again. According to the 2020 National Waste Management Strategy (NWMS), an estimated 107.7 million tons of general waste is generated annually, with as much as 90% of all waste ending up in...
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A local businesswoman in KwaDukuza received a welcome boost to her business on Friday 15 July , when she took delivery of a brand-new bulldozer and front-end loader  at the Sappi Stanger Mill in KwaZulu-Natal . Thanks to Sappi’s active Enterprise Supplier Development (ESD) programme which aims to integrate local and emerging entrepreneurs into its supply...
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Further to the recent announcement of a rebrand for Franschhoek to the ‘Valley of Dreams’, the celebrations continue with recent news of the town now having made Time Magazine’s prestigious list of ‘World’s Greatest Places’ for 2022. This collection includes 50 destinations from around the world that Time’s correspondents and contributors nominated for exploring on...
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The April floods in KwaZulu-Natal exacerbated an already critical situation and made high levels of food insecurity due to due to Covid-19 lockdowns, inaccessibility of school meals, high levels of unemployment and widespread poverty a daily reality for the province’s smallest and most vulnerable residents. Julika Falconer, CEO of Zero2Five Trust, said that vital early...
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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'