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Global Competitiveness
by Sarah Adams, The South Africa UNILAD Magazine shared this fantastic drone footage taken by YouTuber Robin Icare on their Facebook page yesterday. To date it has been shared nearly 25,000 times and has over 70,000 likes. Here’s what they shared: Facebook Twitter Google+ Share
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The Natural History Museum’s 51st Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPY) has reached Cape Town, and it includes the works of several South Africans among the winners. The opening was attended by the HRH Prince Harry during his visit to South Africa. The WPY says it champions ethical photography, where images are chosen for their...
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Abrie Beeslaar, of Kanonkop, South Africa’s renowned wine estate in Stellenbosch, was crowned as the International Winemaker of the Year during the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) gala award ceremony in London earlier this week. It’s the second time Beeslaar has won the title, having also done so in 2008. The IWSC is the...
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The South African, Alexis Haden National Geographic has told the world what Capetonians will tell you they know already: Cape Town is one of the best beach cities in the world. Cape Town was named as the “second best beach city in the world”, losing out to Barcelona in Spain. National Geographic says: The African...
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Themba is a volunteer tutor at The Mphatlalatsane Educational Project in Soweto. He holds Saturday and holiday classes to help improve the marks of hardworking, committed learners. He does this in his own free time because he believes in the potential of the children at the MEP. He has been doing this for years and...
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Source: MyBroadband.co.za   Story Highlights MyWorld of Tomorrow recently announced the finalists for the South African Innovation Awards – an awards programme aimed at recognising and celebrating innovative companies and individuals. The MyWorld of Tomorrow Innovation Awards are done in partnership with Business Connexion and Business Day, and are aimed at showcasing innovative solutions in SA....
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1 Why did you cop out – didn’t you have the guts to stick it out for the long run? We didn’t cop out. We went looking for adventure during a gap year and the adventure hasn’t stopped yet. We’ve lived in three different countries – Taiwan, New Zealand and Hong Kong; and have travelled to...
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Early in 2015 Time Magazine curated a list of the 50 healthiest foods you should be eating. The list, compiled by nutritional experts, had only three drinks on it, including Rooibos (pronounced roy-boss). Described in the publication as ‘a red tea packed with antioxidants’ the article states that Rooibos guards us from chronic and degenerative diseases and is...
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Shot in the Jozi township of Tembisa by South African filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba, these awesome local dancers pantsula it up to Sons of Kemet’s hectic new jazzy tune. A group of black-tied pantsula dancers from the Indigenous Dance Academy(IDA) perform an intense pantsula routine for British jazz group Sons Of Kemet’s new track “In The Castle of My Skin”. The dance...
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A group of people from thesleepy town in Graaff Reinet are embarking on an epic legacy project. They are building a South African flag made up of millions of coloured desert cacti and succulents, and a four-megawatt solar field, in an area that waspreviously completely barren. Effectively viewable from space and thesize of 66 soccer...
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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'