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Art and Culture
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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The Cape Town Carnival: Environmentally, economically and socially sustainable Cape Town, 22 February 2018 – The Cape Town Carnival is a spectacular experience of colour, creativity and diversity for spectators who flock to the famous Green Point Fan Walk year after year. The team behind it all has been working tirelessly for close to a...
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 What to Expect in #SAITC2018 : South African International Tattoo Convention returns 23rd – 25th March 2018 Following in the wake of success of the 2017 show, The second annual South African International Tattoo Convention returns with an upscaled offering for 2018 that boasts a stylish and contemporary new venue that will play host to...
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11 year-old author lends his voice to end the chapter on illiteracy in SA When you are an NPO focussed on combatting illiteracy, what could be more exciting than having 11 year-old newly published South African author, Amr Salie as your ambassador! Signature of Hope Trust (SOHT) is proud to announce that this bright youngster...
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PLANNING FOR SOUTH AFRICA’S COLOURFUL AND DIVERSE CARNIVAL PARADE  Cape Town, 23 January, 2018 The Cape Town Carnival, which takes place on 17 March 2018 has become a must-attend event for both locals and out-of-towners. With Cape Town having many other big events in March next year, its best to start planning your trip to...
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American Minnesota Orchestra U.S. ORCHESTRA TRIBUTE FOR MADIBA’S CENTENARY “Music for Mandela” marks first-ever South Africa Tour and cultural exchange with a professional U.S. orchestra For Nelson Mandela’s centenary year, the acclaimed American Minnesota Orchestra, in partnership with Classical Movements, will embark on a five-city tour of South Africa in August 2018. Conducted by Minnesota...
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Local Chef wins International Award for African Inspired Cookbook  The start of 2018 proved to be a memorable one for local Chef and first-time Author, Nompumelelo Mqwebu. In early January 2018 Mqwebu received confirmation from The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards that her cookbook launched late last year in South Africa, titled Through the Eyes of...
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Heat is on as Jan Braai tackles TransCape Jan Braai, renowned for his National Braai Day initiative, will turn his attention to a fresh challenge when he participates in the Liberty TransCape MTB Encounter next month. The 614km Western Cape race from Knysna to Franschhoek, hosted by ASG events in partnership with STANLIB and Volvo,...
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Busisiwe Mmotla reigns on top as Miss Soweto!  Busisiwe Mmotla, from Emndeni was crowned Miss Soweto 2017, beating 19 other finalists at the Soweto Theatre on Saturday, 25 November 2017. The annual beauty pageant, proudly sponsored by White Star Super Maize Meal, was a glitzy and prestigious affair with world-class entertainment, featuring local and international...
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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'