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SA Heroes
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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HATS OFF TO UPINGTON’S HAT MAKER In a well-ordered workshop in dusty Upington, a whoop of joy rang out amidst the feathers and the fascinators on Eveline de Lange’s workbench. Some 800 km away at the Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town, as the beautiful people raised their glasses to their Sun Met wins, the diminutive...
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WE CAN BE PROUD OF OUR ERNIE ELS By Dale Hayes I have just returned from almost two weeks in America and as always, I had a wonderful time. Els for Autism We took the opportunity last week to visit the Els Centre of Excellence in Jupiter, Florida last week. This is the home of...
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#Feesmustfall has resulted in ‘innovative’ education entrepreneurship – typical of ‘get-go’ South Africans. Check this out! Education entrepreneur, Hertzy Kabeya (pictured above) has engineered an educational – tech solution that focusses on ensuring that tertiary students pass and eventually graduate. This February, Kabeya’s company, The Student Hub, known for providing affordable study material, will launch ERAOnline....
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Going all the way Up At a very young age, Thabo Sikukula was exposed to entrepreneurship by his mother, who, along with her job as a teacher,  sold handmade sweetened ice block packs to help pay for seven of his brother’s school expenses including himself. Thabo grew up being inspired by his late father who...
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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'