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March 25, 2024
Cape Town, 25 March 2024 – Absa, a leading Pan-African banking group, has reaffirmed its commitment to community empowerment through its continuous partnership with Qhubeka, a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing bicycles to individuals in need.
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Shirley Dickinson says the first time that she went deep-sea sailing, she was hooked. This led to an eighteen-year journey of travels through the wide-open space, the uncontrolled motion of the ocean, the freedom, and of course being at the mercy of Mother Nature.
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Johannesburg, 25 March 2024  – Tshepiso Mazibuko (b. 1995), a former student of the social and artistic mentorship programme Of Soul and Joy, has been announced as one of the nominees for the esteemed Discovery Award at the upcoming Rencontres d’Arles summer photography festival in France.
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When Bobby Locke’s wife Mary tragically died in September of 2000, 13 years after Bobby had died of meningitis, she had the forethought to leave Grant Winter all the memorabilia that she had collected during Bobby’s 29 illustrious years as one of the world most successful, eccentric and respected golfers.
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Kwa Zulu-Natal, 19 March 2024: Cotton On Foundation proudly announces its completion of the momentous redevelopment of Dr JL Dube High School in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal. Today, at an event attended by educators, students, and distinguished guests, including the Foundation’s ambassador, Nomzamo Mbatha, Cotton On Foundation revealed the fully revitalized school.
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Since its inception in 1972, the Veuve Clicquot Bold Woman Award has established the platform as the ultimate accolade highlighting female founders and CEO’s globally.
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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’