YOUTH 2018 – What are they up to? I attended the UCT Unilever Institute Youth Report 2018 workshop in Durban last week. The objective of this intensive in-depth research was to “understand what it is like to be a South African youth in 2018” Good question – is it all doom and gloom? The Stats...
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ANY POSITIVE NEWS IN JULY / AUGUST? My apologies, I was away for most of July with no signal, so I will combine the months of July and August to focus on positive developments.  As is to be expected the months of July and August were gloomy and overwhelming: Eskom on the brink; failing municipalities;...
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By Steuart Pennington As the commission of enquiry into State Capture gets underway— headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo — which was established to inquire, investigate and make recommendations into any and all allegations of state capture, corruption and fraud in the public sector. In March, Zondo announced the members of the commission, which...
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Celebrating our South African roots I was born in a deeply divided South Africa. A country that was clear about the division – whites and non-whites. But if you were Chinese, you were ‘more white than black’ so you were an ‘honorary white’.  By Dawn Denton – The Old days In the ‘old days’ white people could walk...
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Steuart as a Speaker


Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'