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SA Heroes
  Social enterprise, Kusini Water, based in Gauteng builds water treatment systems from nanotechnology and macadamia nut shells. Just last week, they launched their biggest water purification plant at eMalahleni in partnership with DuPoint, producing 10,000 litres of water per hour.   As a social enterprise, Murendeni Mafumo, the founder of Kusini Water, has faced...
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Known for his genuine African storytelling, Jst Sako reinforces the township truth through the release of the visuals to his latest single, “Vuka.”     Ekurhuleni born star, Jst Sako has returned to pick up where he left off with new visuals for his heart sung “Vuka,” a single he dropped in early September this...
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  Covid-19 has still gone strong in 2021, and at the end of June, the pandemic was taking over South Africa. This resulted in more travel restrictions and lockdowns. However, 4x4OUTFAR founder Anton Poplett didn’t let this stop him. He left Cape Town in his Land Rover Defender 110, joined by Cam Stuart, Karl Danneberg,...
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The story of the founding of the SA Ubuntu Foundation   by Steuart Pennington   I have, for a long time, been intrigued with the concept of Ubuntu. Is it an African thing? Is it a South African thing? Can it be embraced by all of us or just some of us? Is it different...
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Working towards changing the narrative of South Africa one small step at a time   On the 1st of October 2021, extreme adventurer, life coach, motivational speaker and humanitarian activist Gaven Sinclair will embark on a 1000 km adventure to launch BrandMed’s Syntro-P Wellbeing programme.   Recent research states that South Africa is one of...
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  Food rescue organisation, SA Harvest, has celebrated its second anniversary, coinciding with World Food Day on 18 October and two major milestones – the delivery of 11 million meals to hungry people and the imminent launch of a branch in the Eastern Cape.   Alan Browde, SA Harvest Founder and CEO, says that the delivery...
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  Breast cancer remains the highest rate of mortality in South African women and those living in rural areas face multiple barriers in screening.   Kathryn Malherbe, CEO and founder of Medsol, is working on the development of deep machine learning (DML) and artificial intelligence (AI) software that addresses this issue. Medsol’s Breast AI Solution is...
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This month being Heritage month in South Africa we explore the concept that Ubuntu opens us up to others. This is such a powerful concept. When we open ourselves up to other people’s views, beliefs, ideas, culture, heritage, religion and language we open ourselves up to growing and enriching our lives and mindset.   This is so...
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HERITAGE DAY: What makes us….us? There is so much ‘stuff’ going on at the moment in this the country of our birth, which we call home, where we have our roots, where we have our heritage – to the point where we question the very essence and meaning of ‘heritage day’; is it just another...
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ENTER THE EXCEPTIONAL NURSE CAMPAIGN ‘NIGHT RUN TO HONOUR HEALTHCARE WORKERS’ NOW!   South Africa the healthcare workers of our nation need you! Make sure you lace up those takkies, put on your lycra and enter the 3rd annual Exceptional Nurse Campaign Night Run taking place on every Saturday throughout South Africa during October! Why...
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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'