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Reading is the key to learning... unlock the door this Mandela Day. International studies have revealed that regardless of nationality, level of education, or their parents’ economic status, children who grow up with books in their homes reach a higher level of education than those who do not.

“A child’s ability to learn is not only affected by the quality of teaching, the state of their classroom and the quality of their books.
As we observe Child Protection Week from 27 May to 02 June, the Adopt-a-School (AAS) Foundation calls upon government, NGOs and civil society to combine their efforts to protect vulnerable children against neglect, abuse and exploitation. Unless children are properly nurtured and protected from harm, no amount of improvement to schooling will yield better educational outcomes.

The advancement of women in business improves bottom-line performance and strengthens corporate culture, which ultimately drives GDP and socio-economic development. That’s the view of Graça Machel, founder of the Graça Machel Trust. Mrs Machel was delivering the keynote address at the Trialogue Business in Society Conference in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 16 May 2017.

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A R300 000 donation from their ‘Kids for Kids’ initiative.

“It is a great pleasure to partner with the Injongo Project,” says Johan Enslin, CEO of Lewis Group

NOW OPEN 03 – 25 May 2017 : Prizes range from R150 000 to R1.2 million.

“The Dlulisa Initiative will truly make a big difference for South Africa,” says Radebe, speaking from his digs at the prestigious university.

We are proud to announce that we have embarked on an exciting new project that will see the opening of the PEDI Urban Agriculture Academy.

 
 

 

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Computer literacy is an incredibly important life skill and forms part of the curriculum at the Open Air School.

Story #1 | Darryn August - ADAPTING TO LIFE CHALLENGES

The prestigious annual Beyond Sport Global Awards, in the Best Partnership or Collaboration category.

For the past three years Salesian Life Choices, a Cape Town-based social enterprise, celebrated SA's National Youth Month with ‘30 Stories in 30 Days'

The EELC aims to advance access to education through movement lawyering, community lawyering and legal research.


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The Rhino Tears range of wines donate R15 from every bottle sold to be used in the war against rhino poaching within South Africa’s national parks (SANParks). Since the launch in 2014 they have already contributed R 1 000 000 to the cause....   read more

 

 

 

 


 

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If you wish to gain knowledge of the form of problems, begin with learning to see it many ways.

Leonardo da Vinci

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“It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones”
— Nelson Mandela

 

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Image courtesy of CNN</span>CNN's Laurie Segall interviewed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in an exclusive broadcast interview - his first in nearly five years. The interview took place of Facebook's Community Summit in Chicago where the company announced a new mission statement: “To give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.”
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Fumani Mthembi, one of the founders of Pele Energy Group. Photo by Tsidi Bishop
Fumani Mthembi, one of the founders of Pele Energy Group. Photo by Tsidi Bishop</span>Fumani Mthembi, who runs a renewable energy producing company in South Africa, has no regrets about leaving her secure job in the middle of an economic recession to start her own business in 2009.
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WRC, CSIR host dialogue on environmental refugees, climate-induced migration
© Nicole Spence – [[www.123rf.com 123RF.com]]</span>Organised by the Water Research Commission (WRC) in collaboration with the CSIR, experts from a range of institutions recently convened in Pretoria to discuss the impacts of environmental refugees and climate-induced migration in Southern Africa in general, and South Africa in particular.
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SAVA notes a successful 2017 conferenceThe Southern African Vinyls Association (SAVA) recently hosted its 2017 Vinyls SA Conference at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton at which presentations focusing on issues relating to the manufacture, use and recycling of PVC were made by international and local experts.
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It's time to take affordable housing in SA to the next levelThere can be no arguing against the fact that the provision of affordable housing is a vital component of the social transformation and empowerment efforts of local and national governments across South Africa. But, while much admirable work is being done to put roofs over the heads of increasing numbers of South Africans, true redress in the area of human settlements requires that stakeholders go beyond merely erecting masses of low cost houses.
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