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Celebrate South Africa’s Future NGO Leaders by telling their story The delivery of basic social welfare services in South Africa is hindered by a huge shortfall in Social Worker numbers, estimated to be around 77%. In this context, the work of NGOs becomes critical to fill the gap and provide support to those in need....
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Meet The Mentors of the Blue Ribbon Tuck-shop: Cape Town’s Best Exports Share Their Skills For Good The Mmmm Yum Kidz Tuckshop is a practical vehicle that will teach South African children the fundamentals of business practice. Pupils will learn the basics of business by setting up their own fully stocked pop up tuckshop at...
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Giving breast cancer patients more than just medical care Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a devastating experience for any woman. But for those who cannot afford private healthcare, the experience is worsened by a desperate reliance on a public health care system that’s faced with high demand and limited means. A large percentage of...
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Young community leader awarded international scholarship to UFS Caption: Bloemfontein – On 23 August 2017, Columba Leadership celebrated the award of a newly established international scholarship to one of its brightest young leaders, Keabetswe Malebo (right), featured next to Moses Xaba, Columba Free State Acting Provincial Manager. The scholarship was established to allow economically disadvantaged young...
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Learnerships seek to make positive contribution to SA’s disabled workforce With Deaf Awareness Month in full swing, it is important to identify positive and powerful stories that empower our fellow deaf South Africans. Employment for disabled citizens is currently an issue with around 2.9 million South Africans living with disabilities, yet only one percent having...
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Wheelchair Wednesday campaign scores again CAPTION: Celebrating the handover of 165 wheelchairs at the Nelson Mandela Stadium on Wednesday after a successful Wheelchair Wednesday campaign were, back from left, Association for Persons with Physical Disabilities chairman Garth van Niekerk, SPAR Eastern Cape sponsorship controller Roseann Shadrach, APD chief executive Brian Bezuidenhout, SPAR EC sponsorships and...
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HERITAGE DAY: A FUN GAME to ‘OWN IT’.   As Heritage Day is coming up on the 24th, South Africa’s own version of the popular Monopoly board game – Monopoly Mzansi wanted to share some fun facts about the special places that make South Africa so great (see attached). Did you know the shoes on...
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South African comedian Trevor Noah may have been ‘Born a Crime’ but he’s fast become a ‘Living Legend’. Noah took over from Jon Stewart as the host of Comedy Central’s flagship show ‘The Daily Show’ in September 2015, to what was described at the time as ‘A Crowd Gone Mild’. Fast forward two years and...
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Dedication and sacrifice see former cleaner graduate as registered nurse Wednesday, 23 August 2017, Mother of three, Caroline Plaatjies, is no stranger to hard work and sacrifice. At the recent Netcare Education graduation ceremony in Cape Town, she beamed with pride at achieving her ambition of becoming a registered nurse after having passed her Bridging...
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DOING A PROPER JOB Dr Karin Lourens is using her veterinary experience to nurse the often-overlooked city wildlife in Johannesburg. She has been working in small animal medicine and surgery for 14 years, and developed an interest in wildlife five years ago. Volunteering at FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Lourens was exposed to the plight of...
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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'