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George Phontshe Peni (71) from Khayelitsha, Cape Town, has made an honest living selling ice creams, whilst capturing the hearts of Bloubergstrand residents and beachgoers for more than 4 decades.   ‘Uncle George’, who is an icon in the community, is affectionately known for his kind-loving nature, warm heart, and patience. Come rain or shine,...
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  The Shoprite Group has stepped in to help those affected by the devastating floods along the Garden Route.    On learning of the flooding, the Group immediately dispatched a Shoprite Mobile Soup Kitchen from Cape Town, which arrived in George on Tuesday morning. The Mobile Soup Kitchen continues to serve warm meals to those displaced and affected by the floods, and it will...
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  LADLES OF LOVE CHALLENGES CAPETONIANS DURING WORLD SANDWICH MONTH Event sponsor Coronation Fund Managers urges the public to join the cause of hunger relief   18 November 2021, Cape Town – This November Ladles of Love is celebrating World Sandwich Day all month long! The NPO is challenging the people of Cape Town to make a...
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  When trying to navigate life in Alexandra, one of South Africa’s most poverty-stricken townships, your focus is always on finding work, buying food, keeping a roof over your head, and keeping your children safe.  It’s unlikely to be on finding ways for your children to play.   And yet, play is a vital part...
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Clad in wetsuits by the sea, the young surfers of The Surfer Kids are kicking up sand with their instructors as they share their seaside take on the Dance of Brave #ThisIsUs     The Surfer Kids is a non-profit organisation founded in 2010 along the shores of Mossel Bay. They strive to empower marginalised and impoverished...
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  Cape Town – The Hope Exchange’s annual homeless feeding campaign will take place from 11 December 2021 and run until 16 January 2022. As one of the only official feeding schemes over the festive period, #Feed5000, a collaboration between The Hope Exchange, Ladles of Love and RPJ Helping Hands, aims to provide more than...
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The Chinese Association of Gauteng (TCA) decided to contribute to elevating some of the hardships caused by the KZN riots in July this year. As an association they strongly believe in community support and upliftment.   “In order to support the KZN region we decided to partner with The Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) due to...
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  While small businesses across KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng were counting the cost of July’s riots, compounded by the ongoing economic impact of COVID-19, comparison platform Hippo.co.za, together with East Coast Radio and 947, ran an initiative to help those SMEs get back to business by contributing R250 000 capital to rebuild.   From 2 to 13...
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Technology has transformed the way of living and business operations. Most small towns struggle with being connected the same way as cities, some small towns have either low or no internet access.   Connectivity is one of the utmost essentials for people to be able to do business, work, school, and personal life. The digital...
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#roganshoots   For the nation to truly achieve its goal of uplifting all its citizens, every child needs to be provided with a solid foundation in in education. Unfortunately, vast socio-economic inequalities which have been compounded by the arrival of Covid-19, are leaving too many children without this life-changing opportunity.   To address this disparity,...
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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'