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THE FUTURE OF FARMING LOOKS BRIGHT Future Farmers, the KZN-based agricultural training initiative celebrated its 11th anniversary at Cedara Agricultural College on Friday, 5th May. An eager audience of passionate farmers, farming students and agricultural industry leaders came together to pay tribute to the achievements of current and past agricultural apprentices and look ahead to...
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SA’s Neo scoops 2017 UFI Next Generation Leadership grant UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, has named Neo Mohlatlole, Business Development Director at Seven Colors Communications, as one of the five talented exhibition professionals from around the world who won the 2017 UFI Next Generation Leadership grant. “It is exciting to have been...
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Damelin Graduate makes the catwalks of Mozambique Fashion Week Damelin holds a strong belief that if you do what you love, you will always be happy. This is why, our objective is to cultivate a mind that is passionate. Lucia de Almeida was already an accomplished young woman with an honours in psychology, but decided...
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UMLAZI’S HARVARD PRIDE MAKING GOOD ON PROMISE TO GIVE BACK IN SA. Ever heard of the Dlulisa Initiative? Mfundo Radebe, who made waves last year after being accepted into Harvard on a full scholarship, will return to South Africa next month to launch an ambitious initiative to assist underprivileged learners throughout the country. “The Dlulisa...
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Angus Buchan – How you prepare for 1.7m Christians at SA’s biggest prayer meeting By Alec Hogg It took just six weeks to put together SA’s biggest ever prayer meeting. A staggering 1.7m people were expected to attend two hours of sharing by 69-year-old South African evangelist Angus Buchan on a farm outside the country’s most...
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Green Jobs for Mahogany Ridge community Project Manager Thulani Ngidi of Wildlands, an environmental non-profit organisation, managed a group of six members of Durban’s Mahogany Ridge community who cleared alien vegetation and planted indigenous trees in the area over the last two years. This green employment initiative was made possible thanks to a R100 000 pledge...
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The Opportunity of a Lifetime To Study Business Starts Now! There is a gaping need for free; quality and sustainable education which is certainly not a new phenomenon in South Africa, the #FeesMustFall crisis is a good example. It is a harsh reality that many South Africans are still not able to access tertiary education...
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Ashley Mason from Wembley College achieves the top mark in SA for Business Studies The latest Nike advert begins with a small Russian girl singing a traditional Russian song in a monolithic, European auditorium full of well dressed spectators. The song describes little girls being made of “flowers, gossip and marmalade”. As she sings, the...
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Beauty gives back In a densely populated township of Ivory Park, found in the east of Johannesburg in the Gauteng province of South Africa, three friends have taken a twist on fundraising. Lehlogonolo Dibakoane 25 left, Kgabo semenya 26 center and Thapelo Semenya 24 right from Tswelelane development, which is a none profitable organization that...
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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'