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Social Development
Wednesday, 28 July 2021: Following the events of the past few weeks, 66 000 learners from the independent school group, Curro Holdings, have initiated a movement called #HopeToHeal. As we need to #RebuildSA, the movement is a collective message to South Africans to evoke the spirit of Mzansi and add their viral voice by sharing a...
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CleanCitySA extends a hand to the Johannesburg inner city businesses with its Adopt A Street Volunteers Network, with over 3000 refuse bags full of litter collected since the launch of its Adopt A Street Volunteers Network model. The devastation caused by the aftermath of the looting that took place in the inner city of Johannesburg in...
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Global study shows how Covid-19 upended charitable giving – South Africa, however, has rallied   An annual survey of global generosity has laid bare the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic on charitable giving. For the first time since the survey, which is run by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), began, five major western economies have...
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Dr Duncan du Bois writes: “You need to correct the claim that SAA has been privatised. It has not. The Takatso/Harith crowd are ANC cronies. Moleketi having been an ANC deputy under Mbeki while his wife was a useless Cabinet minister. Holding a 33% stake means that the ANC govt can block any changes in the...
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Despite Covid, 115 residents in Zwelethemba, Worcester WC, to receive title deeds and become home owners In a  first for the Breede River Municipality,  the community of Zwelethemba, Worcester in the Western Cape, will receive 115 fully freehold title deeds in a ceremony that will take place over two dates, 9 and 17 February 2021...
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I recently came across a talk by Dr. Roelof Botha given to the SPAR Group, it’s just a few minutes, gives an optimistic view of life post COVID-19 in SA. Worth a watch, look in our video section. https://www.sagoodnews.co.za/  
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In celebration of Women’s Day 2020 and in response to the harsh realities faced by the women of South Africa, Newzroom Afrika joined forces with prominent voices from across the country in calling for a change to our national coat of arms.  With the launch of the campaign and petition on Sunday, 9 August 2020,...
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18 November 2019: As part of its ongoing commitment to help SMEs in SA, FNB is once again embarking on a series of interactive engagements with entrepreneurs across some of the country’s biggest townships during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). This initiative, now in its third year, has gained momentum and unlocked value for entrepreneurs in townships...
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“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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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'