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Social Development
“You shouldn’t let your current situation determine your future.” – Amanda Ngqoleka, Engen Graduate Development Programme She attended four different school, matriculating from Ndyebo Senior Secondary School in Port Elizabeth, where she lived with various family members after the death of her mother when she was in primary school, and found it very hard to believe in herself. That...
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JP Duminy Bats to MOTivate Youth during South Africa/India ODI Series Protea cricket star, JP Duminy, who grew up as a youth playing cricket on the streets of Mitchell’s Plain and Strandfontein, aims to raise awareness for a local youth-focused Non-Profit Organisation, MOT South Africa. MOT South Africa is a registered and award-winning Public Benefit...
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UBER AND SOUL CITY INSTITUTE PARTNER TO RAISE AWARENESS AND HELP PREVENT AND MITIGATE SEXUAL ASSAULT IN SOUTH AFRICA  (JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA) — Uber today announces a partnership with Soul City Institute, a leading social justice organisation for young women and girls in South Africa. The partnership is aimed at preventing and mitigating sexual assault against women...
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Despite South Africa’s economic turbulence, opportunities continue to exist. The affordable property industry is one of them. For the past years, the housing demand among low and mid-income earners has been outstripping the supply. This makes it one of the most interesting segments of the South African property sector, local industry leaders say. Recently released...
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Many women across South Africa are seen as the primary caregivers for food security for their families and communities and depend on natural resources and agriculture for their livelihoods. The World Bank states that rural women comprise 43 percent of the agricultural labor force, and produce, process and prepare much of the food available.[1] This...
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Her Majesty The Queen will present a Queen’s Young Leaders Award to two exceptional young people from South Africa at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London on Thursday 23rd June. As the Commonwealth celebrates The Queen’s 90th birthday, this year’s Award winners, 20-year-old Lethabo Ashleigh Letube and 24-year-old Jessica Dewhurst, have been recognised by The...
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Collaboratively addressing the sustainability imperative arising from the myriad and increasing challenges facing African cities lies at the heart of the second annual African Capital Cities Sustainability Forum (ACCSF) scheduled from 31 May to 2 June during Sustainability Week 2016. Set to attract mayoral representatives and high-level delegations from African capital cities to the City...
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By FNB Jenna da Silva Pinto runs the Underdog Project in Hout Bay with a team of volunteers, including an occupational therapist and professional dog trainer. Participants are children identified by their superiors and sometimes self-assessed as at-risk teenagers. The at-risk teenagers — now young trainers — are presented with the challenge of training the...
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By FNB Look for the cause behind many social ills and you will find a common thread: substance abuse. In fact, the abuse of alcohol and drugs is a contributing factor to the problems of gangs, crime and domestic violence. The JAG Foundation works with children in high-risk communities, as Alex Corin explains. “For the...
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Funda Nenja is an NGO in Mpophomeni that brings together disadvantaged children and their dogs for weekly training, where they learn how to care for their animals. FNB gave this project a Moment of Delight for allowing children to bond with their dogs and ultimately pass important values on to their own families and communities.
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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'