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Kedibone Tsiloane drives the Innovative Difference Making South Africa sustainable – one brick at a time Author: Afri-Plastics Challenge Team Once again, the stage is set for the celebration of Women’s Month, marked every 9th of August in remembrance of the more than 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August...
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Queen of her Castle – Engen’s Xoliswa rises above  “Wathinta abafazi wathinta imbokodo.” (You Strike a Woman, You Strike a Rock)  Channeling the famous rallying cry of the 20 000 brave women who marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in 1956 to fight for freedom, Engen’s Xoliswa Ndlazulwana’s has used the sheer force of her...
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South Africans open their hearts during Mandela Month   Futurelife and its partners move the bar on the company’s pledge to deliver 5 million meals to children in need The spirit of ubuntu has come to the fore during Mandela Month with many South Africans contributing to the Futurelife initiative to make a tangible difference in the lives...
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Three South Africans welcomed onto the Global Stage It isn’t often that South African businessmen are knighted by the Queen of England, but then Cape Town-born Sir Bradley Fried, the chairperson of the Court of the Bank of England, isn’t your average man. Fried, who chairs the 5 000-strong British bank that boasts a trillion...
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South African runner takes on three triathlons in three countries in six days – all to help feed hungry children in Africa South African runner, Rehan Greeff, will take on the biggest sporting challenge of his life from 27 June as he attempts to complete three full triathlons in three countries in just six days...
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National Youth Day audience with President as Sigma Connected is hailed for tackling unemployment A Western Cape business outsourcing company has attended a high-profile event where President Cyril Ramaphosa asked about the industry and the firm’s growth plans, as well as praising the company for its ongoing work to tackle youth unemployment. Sigma Connected, which...
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Written by Justin Foxton KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa (12 June 2022) – Once upon a time, in the small village of Nottingham Road in the Kwa-Zulu Natal Midlands, there was a nurse, a farmer and a caravan park owner. *Spoiler alert: This story has no handsome prince as it isn’t actually a fairy-tale. This is real...
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Building from the bottom up– How Limpopo-born e-hailing driver managed to make his dream of building his family a home come true  – South Africans know that starting over can be terrifying and can leave one feeling unsure about whether they have what it takes to get it right the second time around. The pandemic has...
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Pictured above: Thobile Maphanga Thobile Maphanga, a dance practitioner, producer, creative collaborator, and writer from Clermont, Durban, has been invited to represent South Africa at the prestigious Atelier for Young Festival Managers in Canada in June 2022. The Festival Academy offers professional development and leadership training to festival makers globally as an initiative of the...
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Nomusa Caroline Hlongwane (59), who blazed a trail as the Shoprite Group’s first female driver, is now training the next generation of the Shoprite Group’s highly-skilled team of truck drivers. Hlongwane, who initially had her eye on becoming a teacher, started her truck driving career in 1990 and joined the Group in 2007. Her experience and...
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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'