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DO YOU WANT TO PLAY POLITICS………….OR TEACH SOME-ONE ELSE TO? South Africans are more politically literate now than they ever have been, but there is still a lot that is misunderstood. So, just like the game Monopoly teaches money ‘literacy’ and the game Scrabble teaches word ‘literacy’ in a fun way, the game eCivix teaches...
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Share stories not stereotypes this Women’s Month Words have power. They have the power to unite or divide, heal or hurt. This Women’s Month, social change NGO Heartlines is encouraging South Africans to change the narrative around women by embracing platforms like What’s Your Story? – a values-inspired campaign that uses the power of storytelling...
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THIS IS WHO WE ARE! by Steuart Pennington  Alec Hogg recently interviewed Alan Hilburg the world’s leading crisis communications expert. The full interview is 2545 words and is essentially regarding the scandals involving the Gupta’s and the multinationals McKinsey, KPMG,SAP and Bell Pottinger, which Hilberg describes as an aberration (full interview attached). But what really...
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 Inyathelo secures R11 million grant to boost education institutions’ capacity  18 July 2017 In an effort to help eliminate economic inequality through improved education, The Kresge Foundation has awarded a grant of US$857 734 (about R11,1 million) to Inyathelo, the South African Institute for Advancement, for the Kresge-Inyathelo Advancement Initiative (KIAI). The Kresge Foundation is...
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Sam van Coller: “I have a dream for SA in 2017…” Sam van Coller was my first boss, in 1978 after a brief stint on the mines where I had no boss, just a Mine Captain who saw me as a Communist Plot sent by Hoofkantoor to liberate die ‘swaartes’, I joined the Institute for...
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MANDELA DAY – JULY 18 – SOME IDEAS FOR ACTION Next Tuesday is Mandela Day, celebrated around the world. The call to action is to spend 67 minutes of your time making a difference. But what to do? At www.sagoodnews.co.za we receive many contributions on how each one of us can make a small difference....
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­ RCS HOSTS STARTUPBOOTCAMP FASTTRACK EVENT IN PARIS On Wednesday 14 June 2017, The RCS Group (RCS) hosted the latest Startupbootcamp FastTrack event at BNP Paribas Personal Finance Head Office in Paris. RCS, which is owned by BNP Paribas, one of the largest banks in the world, is South Africa’s most prominent and innovative financial...
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 By Ross Drakes, incoming president of The Entrepreneurs’ Organisation (EO) South Africa has a unique and thriving entrepreneurial spirit and so often, the first time a person gets the taste for becoming an entrepreneur is when they are a child or student. Their perception of the world is not inhibited by why things cannot be...
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CHANGE HAPPENING BEHIND YOUR BACK IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES! by Alec Hogg I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my current trip to Johannesburg. Mainly because of the undeniable progress so quickly evident to the external observer. Noticeable is Sandton’s vastly improved traffic flow; greater utilisation of the Gautrain; a higher presence and increased engagement by traffic cops;...
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Scenario # 3: Zuma’s game is fast coming to an end We have posted three Scenario’s on what is likely to happen end of this year and come 2019. They vary somewhat and make the adage ‘a week is a long time in politics’ frighteningly true! Derek Carstens https://www.sagoodnews.co.za/possible-political-scenarios-going-forward-think/ Peter Bruce https://www.sagoodnews.co.za/peter-bruce-will-happen-come-anc-november-election-time/ and Thabang Motsodi...
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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'