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Joburg family thanks team who resuscitated teenage son on KZN beach Netcare 911 paramedics ‘always ready to save a life’  Wednesday, 24 October 2018, When 16-year-old Stuart Groves suddenly collapsed on an Umhlanga beach during a family holiday, his mother feared the worst. With no previously diagnosed heart condition, the last thing the family could...
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Wheelchair Wednesday makes huge impact The Wheelchair Wednesday campaign, sponsored by SPAR Eastern Cape, continues to make a massive impact within the physically disabled community, with 180 wheelchairs being handed over this year. Run each year in Nelson Mandela Bay by the Association for Persons with Physical Disabilities (APD), the project takes place each Wednesday...
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Rare Diseases South Africa Reveals Rare Diamond Awards’ Winners Back Row: (L to R) Tasnim Jadwat (CureSMA), Sue van der Linde (Iris House Children’s Hospice), Dr Helen Malherbe, Melissa Platt, Dr Fiona Kritzinger; and Front Row: Ashleigh Paterson. The Rare Diamond Awards Gala Dinner took place on 15 September 2018 at the Indaba Hotel in...
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‘Rise Up’ and fly at Africa’s biggest kite festival 24th Cape Town International Kite Festival – 27 & 28 Oct 2018 Come and meet an aerial ‘big five’ when Nemo, Squid, Octopus, Red Teddy and Bertie the Worm take to the skies at the 24th Cape Town International Kite Festival on 27 and 28 October, in Muizenberg. It...
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Give the gift of sight in honour of Mandela Day this July You can give back this Mandela Day if you are thinking of having your eyes tested or need new spectacles. By visiting any Mellins i-Style branch during July for your eye test and spectacles, you can offer the gift of sight to an...
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Selfless South Africans step up to the plate to help save lives on World Blood Donor Day South Africans answered the call to do “country duty” by donating blood in their droves on World Blood Donor Day, Thursday 14 June 2018 – which saw a record haul of 5 413 people flocking to local blood...
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Supporting CANSA is a piece of cake  Supporting the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) this June is a piece of cake, as Shoprite and Checkers will donate a portion of ALL cakes sold in their stores to CANSA. More than 100 000 South Africans are diagnosed with cancer every year, and the funds raised...
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On Sunday 3 June, it’s International Cancer Survivors Day. In honour of this day we are sharing Anneke Landman’s remarkable journey of survival. From discovering she has an aggressive form of oestrogen positive breast cancer, to starting her own business and helping cancer patients on both the nutritional and emotional level. Surviving breast cancer One woman finds...
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Over the years, the Peace Agency has established a number of “Baby Homes” – places of love and care for abandoned and orphaned babies and toddlers. As our model informs, most of these are now fully-fledged NGO’s in their own right and run independently of us. Under our umbrella, we have the Durban North Baby...
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SA’s battle of the boerewors is back Entries for the 2018 Championship Boerewors competition are now open. With a new competition structure in place, it is now even more accessible for those with a special recipe for traditional boerewors up their sleeves. Boerewors enthusiasts who believe that their recipe has what it takes are invited...
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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'