Category

Civil Society and NGO’s
Way to go! By Alexis Haden – www.thesouthafrican.com Outgoing Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has been announced as one of the “five extraordinary women who are responding to leadership challenges of the 21st century” by the Tällberg Foundation. The women were selected by secret ballot from a pool of 270 nominations across 60 different countries, According...
Read More
“I had to move mountains to get to where I am” Thembi Sithole She started out washing cars in a panel beating shop. Soon, she was repairing plastic bumpers and promoted to receptionist. What nobody foresaw was that 13 years later, Thembi Sithole would become an equal partner to her boss and owner of her own...
Read More
Junior Innovators Competition Gives Flight to Tomorrow’s Big Ideas The Junior Innovators Competition, showcasing the entrepreneurial potential of South Africa’s best and brightest young minds, drew to a close on Thursday 6 October, at Investec in Sandton. The final leg of a demanding five-day schedule saw the announcement of the grand-prize winner of R60 000, with...
Read More
BEFORE On 22 September 2016, the final 750 of 1,000 trees were planted by Food & Trees for Africa in the Mahube Valley in Mamelodi East. The tree planting ceremony is part of the 100 wishes, 1000 trees Ackermans Ububele campaign which the value retailer has undertaken in their centenary year. Says Hanifa Jassiem, CSI spokesperson...
Read More
Global Graduate of the Year winner announced by Jesse Green Since 2012, the Adzuna Graduate of the Year competition has been a great opportunity for top graduates to stand out from the crowd, and this year’s competition has been no different. The competition came to a close yesterday with the announcement that the South African...
Read More
1 2 3 4

Steuart as a Speaker

steuart-pennington-sa-good-news-south-africa-blogs-stories

Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'