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Good Deeds
                                                                  THIS………………or ……………………THIS                        This World Toilet Day, amongst other initiatives it is...
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WAVESCAPE FESTIVAL 2019  As part of a commitment to ocean awareness and education, the Wavescape Surf & Ocean Festival presented by VANS has laid out five practical things you can do to save the ocean. “Instead of just releasing info about the festival this year, we wanted to add value to people’s lives with some...
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In its support of community food gardens, Shoprite ensures that the beneficiaries are taught modern farming methods to incorporate the proper utilisation of existing resources. This particular aspect made a profound impact on the Eldorado Park Food Garden in Gauteng. “It’s such a blessing to be taught these new ways to grow vegetables and to...
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Teaching children about paraffin safety The annual Engen KlevaKidz launched in North West this month with super hero safety educator, Mr Wise again in the starring role. Engen KlevaKidz is an educational campaign that uses industrial theatre to engage and educate young learners across South Africa about the importance of paraffin safety. The 2019 edition...
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Global recognition for achieving food security for all South Africans [09 October 2019], South African NGO FoodForward SA beat out numerous contenders to secure the annual Arrell Global Food Innovation Award in the Community Category for 2019. The prestigious award, launched last year is an initiative of the Arrell Food Institute and recognises global leaders...
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The ten-year anniversary edition of the ENGEN Pitch & Polish workshop and competition programme came to a glittering and thrilling conclusion on Thursday, 3 October in Johannesburg. Hosted by Raizcorp’s Frans Teffo, the evening opened with an overview of the programme since its inception ten years ago.  In its ten-year history, the Pitch & Polish...
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By Lisa Witepski Emmanuel Mashaba remembers the exact moment he decided to become a doctor. “I was in Grade 11. Akani had recently moved to my school and we had made friends quickly, probably because we were both going through a hard time: I was battling with the recent death of my stepmother, who had...
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TAKE A STAND FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES – ENTER THE NAPPY RUN™ FUN RUN The annual Nappy Run™ 5km fun run invites you to come run, walk, wheel or stroll at the Johannesburg Zoo on National Children’s Day, 2 November 2019. The campaign is focused on raising awareness of the conditions children with disabilities live under, the challenges they face, as well...
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In 2004, when Charmaine and Andre Krugel were asked by community members of the Huntington Trust in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga, to help orphans and vulnerable children in the village, they couldn’t say no. After doing home visits to assess the situation, the Krugels together with the Community Development Forum and the chief, started the Swa Vana...
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18 September 2019: In a climate of poverty, parents from underprivileged communities often find themselves unable to enroll their children in quality schools due to lack of funding. This can lead to children becoming involved in criminal activities, violence, drug and/or alcohol abuse. The SACS Percy Montgomery Rugby Foundation is looking to be the solution; by creating...
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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'