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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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  NATION BUILDER TALK CATALYSES THE LAUNCH OF A CULINARY DREAM  – Big solutions in small beginnings –  Andries Ngobeni (18 – on the right) dreams of being a chef. As the head of a child-led household, before becoming part of the Vastfontein Community Transformation family, this dream seemed unreachable. Until an idea that was...
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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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Two guys, two motorbikes and a mission to promote fresh produce consumption – 6 out of 10 UK kids don’t know where their fruit comes from. Dbn harbour visit on 20/01/16: L-R: Faisal Asmal (Citrus Growers Association), Phillip Jubileous (Fresh Produce Terminals), Max MacGillvray (Great Fruit Adventure), Justin Chadwick (Citrus Growers Association), Dean Ganeson (Fresh Produce Terminals)...
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Meet the woman who is disrupting South Africa’s male-dominated security sector 18 January 2017: Glynn Mashonga, entrepreneur and owner of GlobeScope Security Solutions, is no stranger to overcoming adversity and credits her parents for instilling the values which have helped her become a successful entrepreneur and overcoming adversity. “I take nothing for granted and worked...
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INSPIRING JOURNEY TO BUSINESS SUCCESS – CHRISTIAN SHABALALA Even dreaming about becoming an entrepreneur was too much of a luxury for Christian Shabalala as he grew up in the grinding poverty of the rural outskirts of Ladysmith. Every day as he walked the many dusty kilometres back home from the farm school, gathering the family’s...
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From Pump Attendant to Co-owner: The Rise of Shepherd Macothoza Ask Shepherd Macothoza how old he is and he’ll answer “That depends”. Born in Khayelitsha in 1979, Shepherd’s family lost their possessions – including his birth certificate – in the township riots in the mid-1980s. On re-issue, the government moved his birthdate back to 1975...
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Sustainable Winemaking The Way of The Future Cape Town, 9 May 2016: South African winemakers and viticulturists are increasingly committed to a holistic winegrowing approach: nurturing the soil, respecting the ecosystem and working with nature to reduce effects on the Cape Floral Kingdom, the smallest yet richest plant kingdom on earth which boasts an astounding...
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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'