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There’s no denying the link between colours and our emotions. We even have an abundance of idioms to show how colour can affect mood. This is because colours send subliminal messages to our brain. In a home for people facing challenges relating to mental ability, where they may be hyper-sensitive to visual input, the significance...
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KFC Mini-Cricket celebrates National Children’s Day by encouraging active play South Africa is a nation passionate about sport, yet thousands of children are denied the opportunity to play. Sport is more than just a game. Sport allows young boys and girls to engage in teamwork, discipline, tolerance and the value of fair play. As National...
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Africa Code Week drives inclusive education with coding workshops for hearing-impaired children in Mozambique Mozambique – 08 November 2018 – Is coding a universal language that can bridge not only the gender and income gaps but enable also inclusive access to 21st century education? For the passionate team of Africa Code Week ambassadors in Mozambique,...
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After studying, cramming, learning and practising spelling for the better part of two terms, young people from five townships in Johannesburg and Cape Town held their Spelling Bee final at the Arekopaneng Centre in Orange Farm. Five extremely worthy winners from each of the four age groups took home the title of Spelling Bee Champion....
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The injustice behind #1120under5 revealed  KFC Add Hope flips the script to put childhood hunger back in the spotlight It’s been on murals, apparel and Nasty C’s social media platforms. Rumours have spread about #1120under5 being a new album, new music and even a brand-new fashion line. The reality is that 1120 children under the...
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For 500 children from Mbekweni in the Western Cape, walking to school has never been such a pleasure. For many of them, it’s the first time they’re wearing shoes. The primary school learners, aged between 5-12, were the latest beneficiaries of Samaritan’s Feet’s Shoes of Hope project, which has distributed 12 000 pairs of shoes to...
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aQuellé travels SA to triple the joy to the needy KWAZULU-NATAL – aQuellé recently concluded their “Triple the Joy” campaign which saw the brand travel over 4800 kilometres across South Africa and distribute bottles of water and gifts to children and adults in underdeveloped rural communities. The three-month campaign, which ended in August, followed the...
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According to the 2016/17 District Health Barometer, the percentage of children who are admitted to hospital for Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) and do not survive is as follows; Limpopo: 8.3%, Capricorn District: 9.2%, Free State: 9.6%, Thabo Mofutsanyane: 11.0%. These areas are all above the national South African average of 8%, there are still districts...
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CORONA FACILITY WILL RE-SHAPE THE WASTE LANDSCAPE “Waste is a resource in the wrong place” – Eddie Hanekom, Director of Waste Management, Dept. of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning. In the Western Cape, at least 37% of waste is organic material – this is waste from food, garden clippings, plant-based materials and degradable carbon, like...
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R12.5 million awarded to South Africa’s most promising social innovators [11 October 2018] The 20 winners of the SAB Foundation Social Innovation and Disability Empowerment Awards 2018 were announced on Thursday, 11 October 2018 at an awards event in Johannesburg. The first place winners took home more than R1 million each for their innovations. “Through...
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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'