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On September 25, 2016, David Barnard will take on the Grand to Grand Ultra in honour of the END Fund and the fight against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in Africa. By participating in this extreme multi-stage race, David has committed himself to raising awareness and funds to help the over 1.6 billion people worldwide whose...
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This year marks the 22nd consecutive year that Prof. Paul Goldberg, Head of Colorectal Surgery at Groote Schuur Hospital and the University of Cape Town (UCT) and a world-renowned team of scientists and researchers, will head to the Northern Cape to provide colonoscopy surveillance to Lynch syndrome individuals and their families.  PinkDrive are partnering again. Flagged...
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South African wonder herb, Rooibos, is sure to turn the anti-ageing revolution on its head following a new round of research into its anti-ageing potential beyond that of its well-known antioxidant properties. Rooibos – already a proven agent in thwarting the effects of ageing and promoting general health – has further been put through its...
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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world, indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has (Margret Mead) South Africa faces many social and economic problems, such as high unemployment rates, lack of funding for community service organisations, low literacy rates, and a lack of skills training. CEEP provides...
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Great strides have been made in addressing the scourge of malaria in South Africa, yet prevention rather than cure needs to become the priority if the country is to eradicate the infectious disease by 2020. This is according to Graham Anderson, CEO and Principal Officer of Profmed, who says preventative measures such as cross-border collaborations,...
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Kaleidoscope today launches a world first technology centre for the blind in Worcester in the Cape. Aimed at empowering the blind and visually impaired with employability skills for the open labour market, the Apple training centre is believed to be the first technology centre of its kind in the world. Equipped with modern information technology...
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Like every other South African township, on the streets of Khayelitsha, the minibus is ubiquitous.  But only one of them has counselling and support as its purpose, and it belongs to Banetsi Andreas Mphunga.  A psychology graduate, and one of just a handful of Registered Counsellors available to the almost 400 000-strong population of Khayelitsha,...
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To ensure that more than 100 learners who are being hospitalised for a long time at Charlotte Maxeke continue to receive their education, Afrocentric Health has refurbished sections of the hospital to custom-made classrooms, upgraded a computer-lab and renovated a custom-designed playground. The latest renovations by the healthcare arm of AfroCentric Investment Corporation Limited, which...
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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'