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 In a well-researched article David Buckham writes “While there is anecdotal evidence that white, skilled people are emigrating, there is no data to support the idea that the rate of emigration is accelerating from the level it has been at for more than 15 years, or that the white population is shrinking as a result...
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O.R. Tambo international Airport by the numbers – global positioning 5 continents serviced 38 international airlines – 9 regional airlines – 8 domestic airlines 22 million passengers 220 000 aircraft movements 400 000 cargo tonnes – 16 Freighters 15 000 car parking bays Ranked a Top 30 airport 70th busiest globally O.R. Tambo International Airport, the biggest and...
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By Jonathan Jansen Why does South Africa not fall off the precipice? Economists are clear that if this economy does not grow soon, the prospects of new jobs are dismal and rising unemployment will be our fate. Educationists are clear that if the decline in education qualify and the high drop-out rates continue, schools and...
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SA man pays tribute to friend through school refurbishment programme Duncan Alfreds, News24 Contributing to a school refurbishment programme seemed like the perfect way for Rob Broster to honour the community service legacy of his friend. Even more so when he roped in several good Samaritans along the way. Broster’s friend Ian Macdonald, affectionately known...
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THANK YOU THULI By Justin Foxton Last week, Professor Thuli Madonsela – patron of our NGO The Peace Agency – spoke at our annual fundraising ball. From everyone who was there, it was an exceptional night and Thuli Madonsela contributed in no small way to this success. A great deal has been written by many...
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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'