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Good Deeds
10 times your R2 changed somebody’s world for good Through the R2 donated at KFC drive-thru windows and till points, KFC has since 2013 enabled Afrika Tikkun to ensure thousands of young people and their families are food secure. Every year, Afrika Tikkun reaches up to 16 000 young people and their families with developmental...
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In a fun and informal chess tournament to thank educators for their valuable contribution to the Tsogo Sun Moves for Life Chess programme, 110 educators from nine primary schools in the West Rand area pitted their skills against each other in a series of friendly games and quizzes on Monday, 17th September at Silverstar Casino,...
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In partnership with Ethekwini Municipality, Corobrik hosts a graduation ceremony for 30 previously disadvantaged individuals who successfully completed a bricklaying course at Corobrik’s Avoca training centre The conference hall at Durban’s popular Botanic Gardens was the setting for the joyful occasion on Wednesday the 19th of September as 30 students were presented with certificates as...
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In celebration of Universal Children’s Day this November, Cape Town EMBRACE – a new social movement aimed at closing societal divides in the Mother City, will be transforming the Company’s Garden in Cape Town into an interactive and fun-filled experience designed especially for children on Saturday the 19th. Inviting children and the adults from across...
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Capetonians will again get the chance to make a difference in the lives of patients at Red Cross Children’s Hospital, as well as take positive steps towards improving their own health with the annual Landmarks Challenge on Sunday 30 October. Runners or walkers who take part in the annual event will be invited to bring...
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PPG Group company, Prominent Paints, is lending a helping hand to non-profit organisation – Cotlands – through a national #feelgood fundraising campaign that has raised R150 000.  The paint company launched a special Cotlands promo pack in July which quickly sold out – proving South Africans have a heart and despite their own economic pressures...
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Attending the Work4You 10th Anniversary dinner are Melanie Holland Engen CSI Co-ordinator WC with Vuyo Mdokwe and Lynnette D’ Alton from Work4You, Bongi Vilakazi and Tristan Zass, Work4You members and Andrew Bryce, Engen General Manager: Financial Services Engen joined Work4You for their 10th Anniversary dinner on 22 October and to celebrate the petroleum company’s ongoing...
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A Port Elizabeth resident has praised an armed response officer for coming to her assistance, when she was trying to reach a staff member who had fallen critically ill. Charlotte Vermaak explains that she received a call from the family of her staff member who lived in Motherwell on Monday 10 October, saying that the...
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For Pioneer Foods, breakfast is not just about getting the day started, it’s about giving children from families battling to put food on the table the nutrition they need to make it through the school day. This is why Pioneer is feeding 21 450 children daily in five provinces with its School Breakfast Nutrition Programme...
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The captain of the first South African rugby team to tour overseas in 1906, and the rector of the famous boys school in Stellenbosch (named after him), Paul Roos, was born here on the farm back in 1880. His family have farmed this land for five generations, currently owned by Tjuks and Johan Roos, his...
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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'