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The Woodstock Improvement District (WID) has a vision to empower homeless women in the area through an income-generating sewing project. There are roughly 7 000 homeless people in Cape Town. With South Africa’s average unemployment rate at 26.5% in the first quarter of 2017, the numbers don’t look good for the mother city. In the Woodstock area...
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SA’s JackalBerry MTB Challenge: The charity ride that has changed the lives of its recipients and its riders  There are probably few MTB events in the world that started out as a dare among friends around a braai, that have gone on to attract the attention of high-calibre sponsors, and that exclusively benefit a disadvantaged...
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South Africa’s eco-heroes This year’s Eco-Logic Awards, hosted by The Enviropaedia, was a celebration of the visionaries and innovators who are finding solutions to our most pressing environmental challenges. The Awards took place at the CSIR in Tshwane last night and honoured individuals and organisations who are contributing to a sustainable future. Pictured above is...
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South Africans Against Drunk Driving (www.sadd.org.za), is a registered NPO and PBO, working to promote road safety and offer support to families of victims of road crashes. We hope you enjoy reading our newsletter. Please contact us with any comments or queries. View this email in your browser Please watch our documentary of the campaign...
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LOCAL CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN TRENDS IN NEW YORK CITY In the beginning of April, a local crowdfunding campaign, Eyethu Skatepark, was officially launched on Indiegogo and by the middle of the month the campaign was trending in New York City. The aim of the campaign is to build a skatepark that will empower, connect and integrate...
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Off the street and into a family: Khayalethu Youth Centre uplifts boys in Port Elizabeth Youngsters at the Khayalethu Youth Centre in Port Elizabeth are in high spirits thanks to a R 35 000 donation by Paarl Coldset Port Elizabeth, which forms part of the Coldset printing division of Novus Holdings. This CSI initiative aims to...
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School Health Week Since 2011, National School Health Week (04 – 08 March), has brought focus to healthcare at schools in areas which lack adequate access to these services. Adopt-a-School (AAS) Foundation partners with civil society, corporate South Africa and the Department of Education to implement programmes tackling a wide range of health issues, from...
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Many local, under-funded non-profit organisations (NPOs) are struggling to deliver much-needed goods and services under tough economic conditions – but a lifeline could be found in a welcoming office in Woodstock, Cape Town.  Funding Finder Officer Bayanda Gumbi (left) with UWC prospect researcher Awatief Daniels in the Inyathelo office. Inyathelo, the South African Institute for...
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Every festive season, Woolworths and MySchool embark on a special drive to raise funds in order to make a meaningful life-long impact on children in need. Over December 2016, up until Christmas Day, R420 000 was raised for Shine Literacy simply by customers swiping their MySchool and linked Woolies cards at till points. These funds...
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DG Murray Trust launches new site to help create change for the youth of SA South Africa has a resource with the potential to transform our economic and social reality. Unfortunately, we are missing this opportunity: “It should go without saying that investment in children and young people is the source of future human capital....
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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'