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I was sent this book by a friend I was at school with. I rather wondered what he could write about, growing up in middle class Durban, going to an eminent private school, being a bit of a rebel.
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‘WE WERE ALWAYS HERE’ contains 42 remarkable, and inspirational, stories about the work of Black entrepreneurs, inventors, ‘out of the box’ thinkers that have made their mark across the world, but in South Africa and the USA in particular.
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When Bobby Locke’s wife Mary tragically died in September of 2000, 13 years after Bobby had died of meningitis, she had the forethought to leave Grant Winter all the memorabilia that she had collected during Bobby’s 29 illustrious years as one of the world most successful, eccentric and respected golfers.
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As our election looms on 29 May the use of social media, AI is going to become part of our daily lives as 364 parties compete the National Elections and 1396 the Provincial Elections.
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Robin Benger grew up in South Africa, fell out with the Apartheid Government of the 70’s, joined the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and that’s where his ‘ordinary’ life ended!
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“All Rise” by South African Roger Chennells is as unusual as it is fascinating; first of all it is most eloquently written, eminently readable and tantalizingly gripping.
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With RWC fever high I have been devouring Rassie Erasmus’ biography, excellently crafted by David O’sullivan.
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You may have read GG Alcock’s books about the kasi economy; now follow his journey to the dynamic world of KasiNomics and learn about the tribal forces that shaped him.
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I eventually managed to finish reading Harry Oppenheimer by Michael Cardo, but first two disclaimers; I worked for Anglo American between 1975 and 1982, first as a student and then in the Anglo IR Department under Bobby Godsell
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I eventually managed to finish reading Harry Oppenheimer by Michael Cardo, but first two disclaimers; I worked for Anglo American between 1975 and 1982, first as a student and then in the Anglo IR Department under Bobby Godsell
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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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