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Last week’s convergence of World Hunger Day and South Africa’s Election Day invites a critical examination of our nation's battle against hunger.
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Shoprite immediately acted to help community members affected by the devastating floods in the Eastern Cape’s Nelson Mandela Bay this past weekend. 
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A sophisticated simulation model, developed by a dedicated team at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria, is proving an important and very worthwhile tool in improving the flow of trucks on the N4 road transport corridor.
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Ever noticed in England their traffic lights go from Green to Amber to Red and then back to Amber before Green? Our robots don’t, they go Green, Amber, Red, Green! Having just read John Endres (Institute of Race Relations) article “South Africa’s Third Age: What lies ahead?” it occurred to me that the English traffic...
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The Sky is the Limit" Madswimmer Team triumphantly returned to a camp in Kagkot in the Himalayas on Sunday afternoon, the 12 of May, marking their reconnection with civilization and their first steps on solid ground after a grueling fifteen-day ascent on the icy slopes of Mt. Putha Hiunchuli in the Himalayas.
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C.S. Lewis, Gcina Mhlope, Dr Seuss and Roald Dahl all share a superpower. Through their words, they have continued to inspire and entertain millions across the world.
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The Takealot Group, in partnership with the Gauteng Provincial Government, today launched the Takealot Township Economy Initiative in Gauteng. Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi and Mamongae Mahlare, executive chairperson of the Takealot Group, signed a memorandum of understanding in Mamelodi West.
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It is now official: more than 50 parties will contest the national elections in May, compared to the 48 in 2019.
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When it comes to the causes that are closest to South African volunteers’ hearts, it seems as though community development is what we consider to be the most important of all.
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In observance of Human Rights Month, South Africa directs its focus toward principles that safeguard every individual. The emphasis lies in ensuring equitable access and safety during emergencies, fostering a society committed to leaving no one behind in times of crisis.
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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

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