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PROMOTING GIRLS HEALTH  September 2017 Annually, thousands of girls across the Northern Cape stay home during their monthly menstrual cycle due to the lack of affordable sanitary products. This causes much distress and puts them at a disadvantage as their right to education is being infringed upon. These are just some of the reasons why...
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550 deaf and hard-of-hearing South Africans employed by the Shoprite Group “When I was in matric I became very sick and that is when I lost my hearing. I was very worried and sad. Where I live, in Nongoma, there are no deaf people,” says Sbonelo Ndwandwe. “I was not able to communicate with other...
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Colin Mathebula Restores Bikes for Kids From His Community On 2 September 2017 at 4.14pm Beautiful News (www.beautifulnews.co.za) will release the short-film of Colin Mathebula who restores second-hand bikes and teaches children in Zwelisha to cycle and the discipline of the sport. Driven by Mathebula, a new generation of cyclists is taking over the streets of the...
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Mitchel Bloem (23) was born and raised in George in the Western Cape and currently works in the USA as a chef. Although he’s lived abroad for a year, he still remains proudly South African at heart. Before heading back home, Mitchel decided to embark on a final adventure on his home soil.  As an...
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GAZPROM “FOOTBALL FOR FRIENDSHIP” 2017 INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S FORUM UNITES YOUNG ATHLETES FROM 64 COUNTRIES United by the love of football and the spirit of friendship: The Gazprom Football for Friendship 2017 International Children’s Forum was recently held in St Petersburg, Russia to bring together young athletes of different genders, ethnicities and physical capacities from 64...
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IKAMVA LABANTU CHILD HEALTH & SAFETY WEEK From 24-28 July, Ikamva Labantu held a Health Training Week for the 74 township preschool principals currently enrolled in their two-year Early Childhood Development training programme. The week involved internal and external presentations on health issues relevant to children aged 0-6, with an emphasis on prevention training and...
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SPAR Eastern Cape joined hands with Love Story to continue their initiative of assisting those in need when they hosted their second City Feed Lunch in Fleming Street near the City Hall in Port Elizabeth today. As part of their commitment to celebrating Mandela Day, the retailer poured their resources into supplying lunch for about...
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 Ready, Steady, Volunteer – Mandela Month Edition #3  Botshabelo This is Botshabelo’s favourite day of the year! They get to honour the great Nelson Mandela and connect with and celebrate the supporters and community. Help Botshabelo, fill 67 square meters with donations for their 3 programmes. You can help them continue feeding their babies, educating...
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Ultimate frisbee (action frisbee) is a small community in South Africa making big impact Our community strives to build bridges across class and race through this self officiated sports game called ultimate-frisbee. Our current project looks to send our u/23 team Wild Dogs of 20 players to Australia 2018/01 to play in an international contest. Amongst these...
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Tuesday, June 20 was a big day for over 50 Ekurhuleni youngsters as they graduated from the Peermont Hotel School, a world-class institution dedicated to hospitality training and development, based at Emperors Palace and funded by the Peermont Community Benefit Trust. Two of the first students to graduate from the Peermont Hotel School at Emperors...
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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'