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Good Deeds
South Africa has a tremendous opportunity to capitalise on the opportunity presented by its youthful population (20,4 million 15–34-year-olds by Q1 2020), but doing so will require the empowerment of the youth through education, skills development programmes and job opportunities. One NGO at the forefront of achieving this is the Good Work Foundation (GWF), which runs innovative educational...
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Sporting youth provide food and academic support packs to over 1000 inner city families Hunger and malnutrition has begun to replace COVID19 as existential fear in many communities as businesses close and workers lose their jobs. Egolisquash Youth Empowerment organization through its Ubuntu Drive initiative established in March 2020; stepped in to provide sustainable monthly...
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OVER 1 MILLION MEALS SERVED BY THE PEBBLES KITCHEN The Pebbles Kitchen, a division of the Pebbles Project, which works to improve the lives of children in the Western Cape farming communities, reached a milestone this week of one million meals served in eight months of lockdown by their emergency feeding scheme. What does it...
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Pursuing healthier kids: Nestlé for Healthier Kids partners with parents to improve childhood nutrition in South Africa   Flagship programme supports parents and caregivers to help make better food choices for their children. Johannesburg, October 20, 2020 – Nestlé’s global programme, Nestlé for Healthier Kids, has launched in South Africa to help support parents and...
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Institutionalising project-based learning with the Department of Basic Education The education sector the world over recently benefited from a global event, led by teachers for teachers. The event was the first ever virtual World Education Week conference where 100 schools from across the globe were selected to speak on different topics related to the ‘new...
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The Sunflower Fund, partnered by DKMS’s annual Sunflower Day, celebrates 20 years of raising funds for the fight against blood disorders such as leukaemia and sickle cell disease. Normally held on the third Friday of September, Covid-19 lockdown restrictions have resulted in Sunflower Day being moved to 13 November this year. Every year, funds raised from the...
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Engen brings much needed relief to the Agricultural sector  In response to severe drought across vast tracts of South Africa and the associated hardships experienced by many farmers, Engen partnered with AgriSA earlier this year to help support the agricultural sector by driving contributions to their Drought Aid Fund.  Over a six-month period, Engen contributed R1...
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Durban, South Africa – 2020 has been a rough year as we have witnessed the global pandemic change almost every aspect of our daily lives. Though this time will forever be remembered as a time of frustration, loss, change, panic and pivoting, the DO MORE FOUNDATION wants it to also be the year that South Africans...
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South Africans unite to offer 100 lots on auction, tackling food crisis for starving families. Feeding a staggering 4000 people daily – mostly children – and reaching 22 soup kitchens in Khayelitsha, Westlake, Retreat, and Steenberg, a new initiative by Constantia CAN ambitiously seeks to raise over R1m with a single online fundraising auction next week (October...
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Durban, 18 September 2020: Today the world-renowned adventurer and humanitarian, Kingsley Holgate, set out with his son Ross on an epic 70-day, 10 000km “Mzansi Edge” quest. Not only are they tracking the geographical outline of South Africa, but they are bringing much-needed aid to vulnerable young children in remote communities near wildlife areas – which...
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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'