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Local artists and the public invited to contribute to ‘Remembering You’ exhibition  Local artists, art students, schools and members of the public are invited to submit original artworks on the theme ‘Remembering You’ for an online art exhibition being launched on World Alzheimer’s Day, Thursday, 20 September. “World Alzheimer’s Day is commemorated on 21 September,...
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Mathematics underperformance is a concern in South Africa, as reported by the current Minister of Education Naledi Pandor, who released evidence that only 35% of children in South Africa could read, write and count. In an attempt to help improve numeracy understanding at foundation phase and to create a critical awareness of how mathematics relationships...
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13 September 2018; To mark International Coastal Clean-up Day this year, Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages (CCPB), will be hosting a beach clean-up event that will take place on Sunday, 16 September 2018, in Muizenberg, Cape Town.  The objective of this event is to raise awareness and educate beach-goers about the importance of keeping our shores clean....
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South Africa’s National Clean-Up and Recycling Week is an annual initiative created to increase awareness for the social, environmental and economic benefits of recycling. The week is aimed at encouraging and educating South Africans to take responsibility for the part they play in maintaining our environment and mobilising action towards protecting our environment from unnecessary...
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This past Saturday, 8 September 2018, Dogtown SA in partnership with Montego Pet Nutrition hosted its 2nd edition of Strutt Your Mutt! Nestled in the Hennops mountains, Dogtown SA is the most remarkable sanctuary for dogs who have lost their families or have been rescued from dire situations. Every day the dedicated team at Dogtown SA provide...
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STE(A)M educational specialist, I-Innovate has brought another 21st Century learning programme to South Africa to open up opportunities in our under-served school communities for learners to develop the talents and skills that are sorely needed in the Digital Age. Grade 3 to 7 learners from RA Padayachee Primary and their teachers have stepped into the...
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Midrand, Johannesburg, 31 August 2018: Hundreds of underprivileged children were given the opportunity to fly for the first time today, thanks to The Children’s Flight – an event dedicated to giving children the freedom to dream big. The event was attended by over 2000 people comprising of sponsors, media, invited guests and children and took place over two...
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INYATHELO-TSHWANE UNIVERSITY R64 MILLION FUNDING SUCCESS STORY 21 August 2018 Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) has quadrupled its donor income in five years to R64,9 million in 2017, grown the number of fundraising and development staff from six to eleven, and compiled a huge alumni database of more than 150 000 people. These are just some...
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Stone Fruit Industry helps with SA School Books The  South African stone fruit industry is collaborating with UK schools in a book drive initiative which encourages primary schools in the UK to support young children in South Africa by donating English reading books. This forms part of the ‘Help a South African School’ scheme and...
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Collegiate Girls’ High School became involved with the SPAR Wheelchair Wednesday campaign for the first time yesterday when a number of schoolgirls experienced what people with disabilities face on a daily basis. The campaign, organised by the Association for Persons with Physical Disabilities, is being held in Nelson Mandela Bay for the seventh year, with...
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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'