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MADIBA’S LIFE – AS WE CELEBRATE JULY 18. I thought we should acknowledge this important day in our South African calender by refreshing our memories on Madiba’s extraordinary life. I have done this in six bite-size chunks. Character, Comrade, Leader, Prisoner, Negotiator, Statesman. Hope you enjoy the read Steuart Pennington MADIBA – A six part...
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Clearly, there is much water that needs to flow under the bridge in the next few weeks/months as the GNU finds its feet. Surely there will be many hiccoughs along the way.
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“The 130 ‘PLEDGE’ CEO’s, what have they achieved?”
“The remarkable progress made in the partnership between government and business over the last nine months shows just how much we can get done when we work together,” says President Ramaphosa in his March 11 weekly newsletter.
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As Human Rights Day approaches, we are reminded of the significance of this day in the history of our nation and the ongoing struggle for justice, equality, and dignity for all South Africans.
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The IEC tells us that 380 parties are lining up to contest the National Election and 1414 the Provincial Elections. YIKES, does that mean 380 manifestos will be put out there to enable us curious voters to decide before May 29? Maybe a few Vulcans will read one or two (https://www.sagoodnews.co.za/?s=Hobbits) but I suspect not!
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The IEC tells us that 369 parties are lining up to contest the National Election and 1396 the Provincial Elections. YIKES, does that mean 369 manifestoes will be put out there to enable us curious voters to make a decision before May 29?
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Maltento is transforming South Africa's recycling landscape by breeding Black Soldier Flies to convert agro-processing waste, including spent grains from the beer industry, into high-performance, nutrient-dense proteins, and oils for pet and aquaculture feed.
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In 2019 some 50 parties contested the national and provincial election, 14 parties ended up in Parliament, eight with 2 or less representatives. 28 of the parties were not represented in Parliament
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I’m a great admirer of yours, your writings are  eminently readable, erudite and well researched, and often with a quirky sense of humour
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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

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