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Good Deeds
Eurolab donates R50 000 to Stepping Stone Hospice Johannesburg, 16 October 2017: Eurolab, a local oncology company, donated R50 000 on Tuesday, 10 October 2017 to Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services in Alberton in aid of fundraising efforts to extend the centre’s in-patient unit (IPU) care facility. Stepping Stone Hospice provides high-quality specialist care to people in the greater...
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Netcare Media release  Hospital staff countrywide, raise awareness of thrombosis Partnership with international healthcare society seeks to improve patient wellness Friday, 13 October 2017, Thrombosis, or blood clots as it is more commonly known, is one of the main causes of stroke and heart attack, which are leading causes of cardiovascular deaths globally. This year,...
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Rider Safety Rider safety has always been paramount for ASG Events race organisers and a close relationship with the Bestmed Road Rangers has ensured this critical issue remains top of the agenda. Made up of volunteers who have a passion for cycling, the Road Rangers will be on duty this weekend at the Bestmed Satellite...
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(10 October 2017. Cape Town.) The learners at Bel Porto School for children with physical and intellectual impairments in Lansdowne, Cape Town, enjoyed learning the game of table cricket today as they received a Table Cricket Table from the Lord’s Taverners, sponsored by Greeff Properties. Mike Greeff, CEO of Greeff Properties, presented the table to...
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PROMOTING GIRLS HEALTH  September 2017 Annually, thousands of girls across the Northern Cape stay home during their monthly menstrual cycle due to the lack of affordable sanitary products. This causes much distress and puts them at a disadvantage as their right to education is being infringed upon. These are just some of the reasons why...
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kulula.com and the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital launch a radio station for children by children  09 October 2017 – South Africa’s champion low-cost carrier kulula.com has partnered with the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town by donating funds to launch a first-of-its-kind radio station by children for children in Africa,...
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Product Launch and Expo: 11 October 2017 The UCT Genesis Project will launch another six dynamic student start-up businesses from its Honours-level Postgraduate qualification in Entrepreneurship. These innovative student entrepreneurs will be launching and selling their new products at the annual UCT Genesis Product Launch and Expo on Wednesday, 11 October 2017. The event, sponsored and supported...
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550 deaf and hard-of-hearing South Africans employed by the Shoprite Group “When I was in matric I became very sick and that is when I lost my hearing. I was very worried and sad. Where I live, in Nongoma, there are no deaf people,” says Sbonelo Ndwandwe. “I was not able to communicate with other...
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Rama Improves Breakfast Habits Last week Rama made headway in its mission to improve the breakfast habits of South African children with the start of the Good Breakfast Schools Programme in 360 schools in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal. The Good Breakfast Programme is a 4-week behaviour change programme that teaches children the importance and...
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PROFILE: Thabo Mokhele Thabo Albert Mokhele, 39, wasn’t always Deaf. He lost his hearing when he was eight years old and, to this day, he doesn’t know why. Thabo grew up in Welkom and, when he lost both of his parents, moved to Johannesburg to find work. At that stage, he had no idea what...
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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'