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SA’s Prof Glenda Gray made it to the TIME’s 100 most influential people in the world list. Written by: Qama Qukula A South African medical research pioneer has the honour of being included in this year’s Time magazine list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Professor Glenda Gray has forged a career...
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The National Education Collaboration Trust (NECT) started a journey in July 2013 aimed at contributing to improving the quality of education in line with the National Development Plan.  Three and a half years into the implementation of the programme, several systemic improvement models have been designed and tested. Those that have shown positive impact are...
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Appreciative businessman buys a home for housekeeper of 30 years From left Pam Golding Properties Port Elizabeth agent Leonard Ellis, proud new home owner Nancy Witbooi and Ian Olivier, Pam Golding Properties area principal in Port Elizabeth. “Watching our agent Leonard Ellis hand over the house keys to first-time owner Nancy Witbooi will go down...
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SA’s 3 economies in 2017    by Cees Bruggemans  To talk of THE economy today is a complete misnomer. There are in fact three. The daily nuts-and-bolts one, the political one and select exporters. And don’t confuse the one with the others. The SA political economy is a raving disaster. The nuts-and-bolts is struggling, indeed going...
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A Good Story – In another man’s shoes! South Africa welcomes the Corporate Social Sabbatical Movement Cape Town, South Africa — March 2017 – Today’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes require more than just a few hours of volunteering time each month to alleviate the globe’s most unrelenting problems. That is why more and more...
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South Africa universities provide three of world’s top 50 Development Studies programs QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017 South Africa universities provide three of world’s top 50 Development Studies programs Nation’s universities take 52 top-100 places in latest QS Subject Rankings Join the discussion at #QSWUR London, 8th March 2017: South African universities are...
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What’s going to happen in Europe this year? French election result? German election result? Dutch election result? Italian election result? Greek ‘grexit’? Future of the EU? by Cees Bruggemans              Whereas 2016 was the Year of Brexit, only within four months to be superseded as the Year of Trump, 2017 looks likely to be the Year...
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South Africa produces best investment returns over 100 years: global survey by Jackie Cameron www.biznews.com South Africa looks like a scary place for equity investors as political behaviour at the top of the ANC goes from bad to worse. But, in the long run, South Africa has consistently produced the best annual returns for investors....
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Where are the world’s best places to be a student? Johannesburg ranked in latest QS Best Student Cities ranking Montreal takes number-one spot for first time #BestCities London, 15th February 2017: Johannesburg has placed for the first time in the fifth edition of the QS Best Student Cities ranking. The table, released by global higher education analysts...
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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'