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Art and Culture
Congratulations to Peter Tempelhoff for, once again, making South Africa proud. The Executive Chef of Greenhouse Restaurant, has placed 134th in the world selection for the top 300 Best Chef awards. Chef Peter is one of only four South African chefs to be featured on this prestigious list. The Best Chef is a new concept...
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Mom makes best boerewors in SA Mom of two, Yvonne Blaauw from Wellington in the Western Cape, makes the best boerewors in South Africa. Earlier today (29 August 2018) Blaauw (47) was announced the winner of the 26th annual Championship Boerewors competition and her recipe – South Africa’s number one boerewors – will be available in...
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NATIONAL STORYTELLING COMPETITION TO INSPIRE A NEW GENERATION OF HEROES This literacy and heritage month, Nal’ibali – the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign – in collaboration with the South African office of the United Nations, will be using its annual multilingual storytelling contest, Story Bosso, to nurture a new generation of courageous and literate children. Launching on...
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SA’s National Culinary Team – the Olympic team that’s cooking! While the athletes famous for their speed, athletic endurance and physical strength hit the headlines every four years, there’s a different Olympiad that takes place in Stuttgart every fourth year: the IKA Culinary Olympics. And while our Olympic track and field athletes have been celebrated...
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A royal mission for young SA musicians championing children’s rights in Khayelitsha and Bonteheuwel “As a child rights ambassador, I teach school children and members of my community about children’s rights, especially the rights of girls,” says Sam. “I give a voice to children because few people listen to children in the communities I live...
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Call for entries for SA’s best school choir The search is on for South Africa’s best school choir with the Big Voices for Little Garden competition. It’s super easy to enter: school choirs just have to learn the Checkers Little Garden song and get creative with their performance. Schools who believe their choir has what...
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  (April 23, 2018) – The Nelson Mandela Foundation and The Obama Foundation announced that President Barack Obama will deliver the 16th  Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture in Johannesburg in July. To honour the centennial of Madiba’s birth the lecture’s theme will be “Renewing the Mandela Legacy and Promoting Active Citizenship in a Changing World”. The...
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Winners Announced For ISC 2017 April 18, 2018 — The International Songwriting Competition (ISC), widely recognized as the most prestigious and respected songwriting competition in the world, is pleased to announce its 2017 winners. Created in 2002, ISC received more than 16,000 entries from almost 140 countries. The Grand Prize winners this year are Nicholas...
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In celebrating World Monopoly Day on 19 March (yes it’s a thing!) – we thought we’d share 10 fun facts about the world’s favourite family game brand, which has over a thousand variations, and is enjoyed by more than 1 billion players in 114 countries across the globe. Charles Darrow developed the MONOPOLY game in 1933, using small items from around the...
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#BETCHAELICANT ONE MORE TIME South Africa, 2 March 2018:  Fearless. Adventurous. Courageous. Renowned ability-activist Michaela (Chaeli) Mycroft is the inspiration behind The Chaeli Campaign, a social justice foundation changing society’s views on the capabilities and role of disabled children in South Africa and around the world. As a recipient of the International Children’s Peace Prize, 23...
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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'