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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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The fight against child cancer received a massive cash boost this week, when just over a quarter of a million rand was handed over to the Children’s Hospital Trust for the Upgrade of the Oncology Unit at Red Cross Children’s Hospital. Built in Cape Town in 1956, the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital is...
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                                   In collaboration with              (Pretoria, 05 October 2018)   As part of the Albertina Sisulu Centenary celebrations, the Pretoria Eye Institute has partnered with the Sisulu family to provide cataract surgery to the elderly from disadvantaged communities. The operations will take place during Eye Care Awareness Month (October 2018) under the banner...
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FOOD COMPANY TAKES ACTION – DONATES R10M WORTH OF NOODLES TO HUNGRY SOUTH AFRICANS Cape Town: The food group, Libstar has donated about R10-million worth of instant noodles to stricken communities countrywide as part of its ongoing efforts to alleviate the effect of poverty and drought in South Africa. The goal is to get the more than 4,2 million packets...
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Can you imagine having a 10 year-old daughter or son who is unable to read? This is the gloomy reality for the majority of South African parents: 78% of Grade 4 children in South Africa cannot read for meaning.  In other words, these children have spent at least four years at school and there is very...
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In response to increasing unemployment rates in South Africa, Engen are running various campaigns to recruit candidates for learnerships, which are based on business and industry needs. To date, Engen has trained over 500 artisans and professional drivers, who are now licensed to trade in various fields. Engen invites interested people to email their CV’s to Learnerships@engenoil.com and to...
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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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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'