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In an effort to create awareness and to make our beaches universally accessible to persons with disabilities, WESSA has donated amphibious wheelchairs to four coastal municipalities in South Africa, with the support of generous funding made available by The Ford Motor Company Fund. The amphibious wheelchairs were supplied by Blue Flag partner AccessRec and have...
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New wheelchair event a success at Cape Town Cycle Tour Lifecycle Week One of the ecstatic teams to cross the finish line at the Cape Town Cycle Tour’s wheelchair event this past Sunday, 04 March 2018. Lifecycle Week, the week leading up to the Cape Town Cycle Tour (CTCT) on Sunday, 11 March 2018, presents...
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Monday,  29 January 2018, Johannesburg:  In a pioneering and collaborative move for the healthcare industry, a recycling project between Adcock Ingram Critical Care, Netcare, Executive Mayor, Councillor Herman Mashaba, and the City of Johannesburg, is helping hospitals deal with their safe healthcare waste in a way that creates functional new products, including school shoes for disadvantaged...
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Click here for Document CCBSA partners with SAPS Welkom to combat crime in Thabong East Welkom, 5 February 2018 – Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) recently partnered with the South African Police Services (SAPS) in Welkom to combat crime in the area of Thabong East, by donating a container that will be used as a Community...
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Subz Pants and Pads, the KwaZulu-Natal-based organisation which sells patented reusable sanitary pads, was accepted into the SAB Foundation’s Social Innovation Fund and Accelerator programme aimed at fast-tracking social purpose businesses. Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads and its non-profit extension, Project Dignity, said she was honoured to have been accepted into the...
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Monday,  29 January 2018, Johannesburg:  In a pioneering and collaborative move for the healthcare industry, a recycling project between Adcock Ingram Critical Care, Netcare, Executive Mayor, Councillor Herman Mashaba, and the City of Johannesburg, is helping hospitals deal with their safe healthcare waste in a way that creates functional new products, including school shoes for disadvantaged...
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Youth unemployment is a serious issue facing South Africa, with the latest figures estimating that almost 70% of young people under the age of 25 are currently unemployed. To help young South Africans overcome the struggle for job security, Pearson Institute of Higher Education is giving away scholarships to the value of R30 million. A...
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Saturday, January 27, 2018 – The thirst for justice drives thousands of men and women in blue to put their lives on the line for our safety, and Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) showed its appreciation for their sacrifice on National Police Day by delivering cold drinks to police stations in and around Alexandra today....
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Corporate South Africa has come on board to support a Smart Water Meter challenge initiated by the Shoprite Group to help roll out a ground-breaking water-saving initiative at Western Cape schools and make a real difference to the province’s water crisis. Shoprite has already committed to supporting 100 schools and has, to date, received enough...
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  Johannesburg – A robbery during Heritage Day weekend at a Johannesburg South school has been called a “blessing in disguise” by the school’s principal. WH Coetzer Primary school in The Hill, Johannesburg South, was robbed of vital staff computers, cameras and other equipment. “One of the caretakers phoned me on the Saturday morning telling...
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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'