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Not an easy catch Eager runners going the distance to find a cure for spinal cord injury  6 May 2018, Tshwane, South Africa – Earlier today, over 5,000 South Africans took to the streets to run for those who can’t in the fifth annual Wings for Life World Run. Racing against over 100,000 people at more...
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“I have a very special passion for welfare and I have been associated with Mdzananda and supporting them for at least 15 to 18 years,” says Dr Reena Cotton, “But when I heard that they had lost their largest funder and were considering closing their doors I knew that I had to step in and...
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If your child is in Grade R this year, they will matriculate in 2030 and be thrust into a world so different to the one we are living in today that unless we prepare them for the future unseen, the current rapid developments in technology will cause economies to slip behind and inequality to widen....
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Youth Petition for Human Rights Local church youth group provide young Durbanites with an understanding of their inalienable human rights. DURBAN, KZN, March 24, 2018 — On Saturday, September 24th, the Young People’s Division at AME at the Well hosted a workshop to celebrate Human Rights. The seminar was aimed at youth in the Durban...
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Ariane Lüthi hosts technical training ride for Anna Foundation ahead of UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Cape Town, 2 March 2018: World-class mountain biker, Ariane Lüthi shared her experience with ten young mountain-bikers from the Anna Foundation at a technical training session prior to the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Stellenbosch yesterday. The Swiss...
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More than 20 years after apartheid, South Africa remains one of the most unequal countries in the world, according to the Oxfam Report on Global Inequality. The wealthiest 10% earn 50% of the country’s income, while 50% of the population collectively earn only 12%. Against this backdrop of disparity, the Community Chest has been working...
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March 2018 Parents of young children across Kathu, Debeng, Sesheng, Mapoteng, Olifantshoek and Siyathemba, in the Northern Cape, are signing up to learn how to effectively improve their children’s Early Childhood Development (ECD), through unique parental training programmes. REISA launched the second phase of its Early Childhood Development (ECD) Flagship Project – Parental Involvement Programme...
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Uplands Outreach is delighted to present our Impact Metrics Infographic for 2017.  It is gratifying to read about the ongoing, measurable, progress in the Insikazi School Circuit in Mpumalanga.  We’d like to congratulate and thank the Circuit Manager, Mandrew Nyambi, for these positive results. Thank you again to all our supporters and friends for empowering Uplands Outreach...
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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'