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CELEBRATING HERITAGE MONTH We Are We are a country of defying the odds Of winning world cups after losing the first game And captains who come from nothing but give everything We are the country of braais and boerie and biltong and gout We are the country of ja well no fine and now now...
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  Becoming resilient in the face of a global or personal crisis can help you deal with stress, cope with adversity, and reach new heights. Many sectors of our society face hardship and uncertainty and are crying out for signs of hope and for organisations that can lend a hand.   One such sector is...
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Sean Peche from Ranmore Funds in an interview with Alec Hogg says: “In 2019 the UK’s ONS estimated 252,000 UK residents were born in SA. Most of us haven’t seen SA based family/friends in two years and are desperate to reconnect. But SA is on the UK Red list meaning upon return we have to...
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JP Landman Political & Trend Analyst 16 Aug 2021 After a week during which both Jacob Zuma’s and Ace Magashule’s criminal trials were postponed again, many South Africans are wondering when they will see people in orange overalls. That is fair. But while the wheels of criminal justice turn slowly, it doesn’t mean there are no consequences...
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Women’s Day Message from our President   Dear Fellow South African,   Today we observe Women’s Day. In reflecting on the historic march of nearly 20,000 women to the Union Buildings in 1956 we recall that as much as it was a protest against the dehumanising pass laws, it was also an economic protest.  ...
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The Men in Black Doeks will be speaking out for change at various events, while wearing their black doeks, to raise awareness of gender-based violence (GBV) on Women’s Day and during Women’s Month this year.   NGO, ACTIVATE! Change Drivers will be exploring the significance of including the boy child in conversations which ultimately seek...
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  (Sent to me by a friend who wishes to remain anonymous) My dream is for a politically refreshed South Africa that rises out of all the negative impacts of Colonialism, Apartheid, The corruption, greed and factionalism of the ANC Covid 19. It will grow out of a movement led by the younger generation that...
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The current crisis in South Africa that has seen widespread unrest, looting, disruption of services and destruction of infrastructure can be laid squarely at the feet of a political establishment out of touch with a population that it claims to represent, according to Corruption Watch.   While many contributory forces are at play in this...
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[Johannesburg, South Africa, July 13, 2021]. Brand South Africa calls on South Africans to play their part in protecting our country in line with our constitutional values. The violent demonstrations that are ravaging our communities cannot continue. They have culminated into criminal acts leading to the loss of lives and livelihood. Property is being destroyed.  ...
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Celebrating Youth – Armed with a plan and ambition sets Anelisa on his way    Youth Month allows Engen to reflect on the ongoing assistance it provides gifted South Africans like Anelisa Gazi who is fast developing into a business leader of tomorrow via the company’s graduate development programme.   Hailing from Khayelitsha in Cape...
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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'