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MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet scooped three major awards at the Loyalty Magazine Awards in London last night. The fundraising programme was awarded Best CSR Initiative Linked to Loyalty, Best Long Term Loyalty Programme and also received the prestigious Regional Loyalty Champions of the Year for Middle East & Africa award.

In commemoration of the centenary of our late former President Nelson Mandela’s birthday on 18 July, the Western Cape Health Department, together with the support of Sea Harvest, has launched a programme where 100 operations will be performed on patients at various hospitals around the province to reduce surgical backlogs.

Birth to Twenty Plus Study: Analyzing Effects of Violence in the Lives of SA Children : Prof Shanaaz Mathews talks about findings of the recently published Birth to Twenty Plus (BT20+) study—which followed more than 2000 children in Soweto from birth to 22 years old (also known as Mandela’s Children)—shows that 99% of these children have been exposed to some form of direct or indirect violence during this period.

Companies Making a Difference
The Engen handover of beds and mattresses on 8 June, totalling R250 000, will get the children off the floor.

Commitment to the fishing industry and the facilitation of entering new black SMMEs into the sector

The new partnership, which includes a R3 million commitment over the next three years.

Sea Harvest will promote SMME’s & establish new entrants into the fishing sector & assist with funding, vessels, skills & access to markets.

A community in rural Limpopo is celebrating a fully resourced creche, better equipped carers and good nutrition for preschoolers.

Latest News
Helping to shape the future of SA is the Leap Science & Maths Schools (LEAP) that will be the beneficiaries of this year’s Canal Walk Shopping Centre.

Schoolchildren, Government, Companies and NPOs working together to drive environmental awareness and education through a large-scale clean-up day.

Enterprise development involves investing money and time in small enterprises, so that they can become sustainable and grow.

But Africa was also pioneering new methods and activities to counter plastic pollution.

The Qhubeka community also includes municipal government, corporate sponsors, schools and community policing forums


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Quote of the day

By being aware outwardly and inwardly, and riding on that awareness of the outward movement as a tide that goes out and a tide that comes in, riding on that, the mind then begins to discover its own reactions, responses, demands, compulsions.

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