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Midrand, Johannesburg, 31 August 2018: Hundreds of underprivileged children were given the opportunity to fly for the first time today, thanks to The Children’s Flight – an event dedicated to giving children the freedom to dream big. The event was attended by over 2000 people comprising of sponsors, media, invited guests and children and took place over two...
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Stone Fruit Industry helps with SA School Books The  South African stone fruit industry is collaborating with UK schools in a book drive initiative which encourages primary schools in the UK to support young children in South Africa by donating English reading books. This forms part of the ‘Help a South African School’ scheme and...
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Improved Mathematics and Literacy marks hallmark of NGO involvement  Cape Town, 14 August 2018: Over a five-year period, primary school Mathematics and Literacy grades improved by between 25% and 41% among children on rural farms in the Cape Winelands participating in an after-school education, sports and life skills programme. Of the 667 learners in the...
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“South Africans Against Drunk Driving – SADD –  participated in Mandela Day/Week again, offering support and items which we put into reflective visibility “Goody Bags” and handed over to 27 Road Crash Victims in 2 Government hospitals in Pietermaritzburg – Edendale and Greys Hospitals. In South Africa we tend to speak only about people who have been killed in...
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On August 25, 2018, two Cape Town fathers, Rob Peters and Shaun Lilford, will take on a biathlon of epic proportions, a Robben Island Crossing, followed by a run from Eden on the Bay to Hout Bay in the inaugural Island2Bays Challenge. Peters and Lilford are taking on this gargantuan task in an effort to...
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Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, the not-for-profit social enterprise with extensive experience in building solutions to solve the youth unemployment challenge, continues to build out-the-box, scalable programmes to help South African youth find employment. Here the organisation shares an inspiring story about young women who have broken gender norms and are excelling as scarce skilled butchers. August 9th marks...
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INDABA INSTITUTE CELEBRATES FIRST GRADUATES A boost for Early Childhood Education in the Cape Winelands South Africa, Cape Town, August 2018 – The Indaba Institute in Stellenbosch hosted its first graduation ceremony on Friday 3 August 2018 for 22 students, including five recipients of Indaba Foundation bursaries aimed at transforming educational opportunities in the Early...
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Planting a Legacy this Mandela Day – in Mvezo and Beyond – 2631 Trees and Counting – Media Release 2018 – Food & Trees for Africa JOHANNESBURG – 1st August 2018 – The 18th of July, Mandela Day, saw Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) and their partners planting trees across four provinces in South...
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‘Pads for Girls’ campaign De Aar Solar Power, recently put their support behind a local NGO’s gender equality campaign, which aims to help provide equal access to education for girls. The programme, ‘Pads for Girls’ campaign, helps teenage girls, who can’t afford to buy pads, get back to the classroom. It’s been reported that over...
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Deep South pioneers green healthcare Cape Town, 25 June 2018: The Deep South, often jokingly referred to by people up the line, as ‘behind the lentil curtain’ is living up to its name, with Neighbourhood Farms flourishing at the first of 11 schools, and the provincial hospital set to be the greenest healthcare facility in...
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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'