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Global Competitiveness
Johannesburg, 7 November 2016 Recently certified as the number one Top Employer in Africa, Unilever, has been recognized for their efforts in skills development at the CHIETA 2015/16 National Recognition Awards Ceremony. The FMCG giant received the ‘Best Innovation in Skills Development’ award for the Unilever and Wits University Engineering Program which was launched in...
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Save the Children South Africa CEO, Gugulethu  Ndebele, has been elected  Vice-Chair of the Executive Management Bureau of the Global Alliance for Literacy within the Framework of Lifelong Learning (GAL), a UNESCO led initiative aiming to advance the global literacy agenda. The former deputy director-general of education together with other global leaders and critical thinkers...
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Consol Solar Jars™, a product proudly conceptualised and manufactured by Suntoy in South Africa will be a main attraction at the 300th anniversary commemoration of renowned British Landscape Architect; Lancelot “Capability” Brown, when Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park in England hosts a light art commission using 1000 Consol Solar Jars™ as one of its...
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Crossing the world’s oceans is no mean feat and for a tag team of nine young South Africans, some of which had never seen the sea before, it has been a life-changing experience as the 40,000 nautical mile Clipper Round the World Yacht Race arrived into London’s St Katharine Docks on Saturday 30 July for...
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Stellenbosch brandy distillery Van Ryn’s has been named as the country’s Top Brandy Producer by the South African Wine Index (SAWi). Van Ryn’s 12 Year Old Distiller’s Reserve, 15 Year Old Fine Cask Reserve and 20 Year Old Collector’s Reserve achieved Platinum ratings of above 95 index points; while Van Ryn’s 10 Year Old Vintage...
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Two Kwazulu-Natal residents have set off on the challenge of a lifetime, to sail almost 5,000 miles from New York, USA, across the North Atlantic Ocean in the final, Homecoming Leg of the world’s longest, toughest ocean challenge, the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. Having never sailed before taking part in the race, 23...
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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa and EDMONTON, AB, May 29, 2016 /CNW/ – Air Canada flight AC7007 departed O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa early today en route to Edmonton, Alberta with 300 South African firefighters on board.  It is carrying the largest number of wildland firefighters ever brought into Canada. The Air Canada Boeing...
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A 23-year-old Limpopo woman has crossed the mighty Pacific Ocean as the first woman from the province to take part in the world’s longest ocean race, spending a month at sea and battling tough conditions. Boitumelo Charlotte Maila from Dennilton left Qingdao in China to race nearly 6,000 nautical miles across the notorious North Pacific....
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Broadband connectivity in South Africa is set for a boost after Telkom and MTN inked an agreement on Monday to build a new cable along Africa’s eastern coastline. The two South African telecoms companies along with Saudi Telecom Company (STC), Telecom Egypt (TE) and Hong Kong based ICT firm PCCW Global have signed a memorandum...
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By ViralBru This is a lovely message to all South Africans living abroad… come home. Nik Rabinowitz urges all SA Expats to hop on a plane and return to beautiful sunny South Africa.   Facebook Twitter Google+ Share
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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'