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QUALIFIED early childhood development PRACTITIONERS SUPPORT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Young children across Somerset East, Cookhouse, Bedford and Adelaide are being better prepared for primary school, in line with our country’s legislation and national policies, which are just one of the reasons why Cookhouse Wind Farm decided to prioritize Early Childhood Development within the Education sector....
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Cape Epic beneficiaries partner on conservation project   Cape Town, 13 March 2018: Human-wildlife conflict is the main challenge facing Cape leopard survival. Farmers fear leopards because of the risk to their livestock and personal safety.  To raise awareness of leopard conservation, two charity beneficiaries of the ABSA Cape Epic will partner over the next...
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Celebrating Women’s Day Properly Comment by Steuart Pennington MASTERCARD INDEX have, consistent with Women’s Day, published an interesting infographic on Women Entrepreneurs – the Mastercard Index on Women Entrepreneurs (MIWE) comparing how we do against the rest of sub-Saharan Africa. It’s one of those “behind your back right in front of your eyes” statistics and...
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ANOTHER GREAT EXAMPLE OF WHAT’S HAPPENING BEHIND OUR BACK RIGHT IN FRONT OF OUR EYES! I spent the better part of a day with a friend of mine Grant Edkins who spends his waking hours passionate about Early Childhood Development (ECD) in Sweetwaters, a sprawling township south of Pietermaritzburg His target is to develop some...
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DOODLING YOUR FUTURE – A UNIQUE SA INITIATIVE By Tammany Barton We are looking for platforms in SA to showcase and share our Good news story in the hopes to continue sharing positives stories in and around South Africa.  Perhaps you and your team will be able to assist Doodle Your Future in sharing their...
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Eastern Cape matric walks the long road to his dream job – freedom? Eastern Cape matriculant Lutho Jimana did not let his long daily walk to school, his overcrowded home where it was difficult to study, nor financial constraints due to his mother’s unemployment get in the way of studying towards his childhood dream job....
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Good Samaritans on the N2 Motorway-Durban A true story by Bashi Singh  Firstly I am a Durbanite at heart although I now live 6000 kilometers away in Sydney Australia I value my roots and travel back to my hometown every year. This year was no different, when I come home I hear about all the...
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We received this letter from Paula last week. Again it is an example of the incredible resolve South Africans have to make a difference. Hi Camilla, Happy Friday, I hope you are well. ☺ We are currently working on a fundraising campaign for The Underdog Project and we are looking for a couple of dog...
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Beating leukaemia in my matric year: Neo Rakuba’s story My name is Neo Rakuba, and I matriculated with the class of 2017. They say that your matric year is a hard one… I didn’t know just how hard it was going to be. In 2016, it seemed as though everything was going well for me...
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An Open Letter to President Donald J. Trump  President Trump We have read with consternation reports of your derisive comments characterising African nations and others as “shithole countries,” and questioning why the United States should allow immigrants from our continent, or other similarly described nations like El Salvador and Haiti. You also stated a preference...
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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'