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Better service delivery in SA starts with Digital Twins   By Bonga Ntuli The just-concluded local government elections in South Africa have shone a spotlight on what is working in our towns and cities — and, more importantly, what is not.

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  Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages and partners open new Masiphumelele Library extension   Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages (CCPB), the Rotary Club of Newlands (RCN) and members of the Turok family today (Thursday) officially opened the Adult Outreach Centre extension of the Masiphumelele Library.

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  Cape Town, 25 November 2021 – With less than three months to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, South Africa’s prospects for representation by its first qualifying snowboarding champion are looking up.

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  Engen has committed a further R2 million worth of fuel to Gift of the Givers to help the non-governmental disaster response organisation bring hope and restore dignity to South Africa’s most vulnerable.

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  The Shoprite Group has stepped in to help those affected by the devastating floods along the Garden Route.    On learning of the flooding, the Group immediately dispatched a Shoprite Mobile Soup Kitchen from Cape Town, which arrived in George on Tuesday morning.

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On 13 November 2021 the world celebrated World Kindness Day. The purpose of this day, is to help everyone understand that compassion for others is what binds us all together.

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  LADLES OF LOVE CHALLENGES CAPETONIANS DURING WORLD SANDWICH MONTH Event sponsor Coronation Fund Managers urges the public to join the cause of hunger relief   18 November 2021, Cape Town – This November Ladles of Love is celebrating World Sandwich Day all month long! The NPO is challenging the people of Cape Town to make a […] The post Ladles of Love Challenges Capetonians During World Sandwich Month appeared first on The Home Of Great South African News.

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  Dear South Africa with love …   I cried for you today – as I have done many times As the tears spilled down my cheeks, I thought of your skies and wild plains   I felt your drum beat and heard your lions roar I heard the summer crickets kritty clicking the click […] The post An Anonymous South African Poem – A Heartbreaking Saffa Read #ThisIsUs appeared first on The Home Of Great South African News.

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  Thinkers50, the first-ever global ranking of management thinkers, has named Dr Louise van Rhyn, founder of non-profit Symphonia for South Africa, and its flagship programme Partners for Possibility (PfP), as its 2021 recipient of the Ideas Into Practice Award.

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  When trying to navigate life in Alexandra, one of South Africa’s most poverty-stricken townships, your focus is always on finding work, buying food, keeping a roof over your head, and keeping your children safe.

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  South Africa has struggled to combat food insecurity for decades. The Covid-19 pandemic has amplified this, as more people are struggling to put food on the table.

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Known for his genuine African storytelling, Jst Sako reinforces the township truth through the release of the visuals to his latest single, “Vuka.

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The Legatum Institute’s 2021 Prosperity Index has found that in Sub-Saharan Africa “prosperity has improved for the 11th year in a row” with the rate of extreme poverty falling from 49.9% to 42.3%.

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  The week three winners are the learners of Bel Porto school, a “Fair Haven” for children from the ages of five to eighteen with severe intellectual disabilities located in Landsdown, Cape Town.

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NOVEMBER: This entrepreneurship month, we profile ‘site hustlers’ who’ve successfully created small businesses using local site Gumtree #ThisIsUs Meet the fantastic five: a Brewmeister, a competition king, an electronics flipper, a home office “DIYer”, and the queen of leggings.

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  Part of the proceeds from sales over this period will go towards helping local artisans grow their businesses and creating employment opportunities.

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  Part of the proceeds from sales over this period will go towards helping local artisans grow their businesses and creating employment opportunities.

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Clad in wetsuits by the sea, the young surfers of The Surfer Kids are kicking up sand with their instructors as they share their seaside take on the Dance of Brave #ThisIsUs     The Surfer Kids is a non-profit organisation founded in 2010 along the shores of Mossel Bay.

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  Since 2011, over nine million local and international tourists visited the top of Table Mountain. Roughly 1 000 000 per annum   In 2011, Table Mountain was named by more than 500 million voters globally as the latest of the “New7Wonders” of nature.

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  Between 80% and 90% of South Africa’s post-consumer plastic and paper packaging waste is recycled by the more than 90 000 people who make a living from collecting, sorting and selling recyclable waste.

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  The Shoprite Group aims to power 25% of its operations with renewable energy over the next five years and has added 22 new solar PV (photovoltaic) sites between February and September 2021, more than doubling its solar capacity.

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  With 90% of the human brain developed by the age of five, early learning is critical to ensuring a child’s future success.

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  Covid-19 has still gone strong in 2021, and at the end of June, the pandemic was taking over South Africa. This resulted in more travel restrictions and lockdowns.

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Written by Kevin Chaplin Review by Steuart Pennington     Kevin Chaplin’s book “CAN DO – Making the impossible POSSIBLE” is different to any management book I’ve read before, and I’ve read plenty! It is said that after the Bible, management books are the next best sellers globally.

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  Cape Town – The Hope Exchange’s annual homeless feeding campaign will take place from 11 December 2021 and run until 16 January 2022.

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  Johannesburg |October 2021- i-LEAD has been announced as the third winner of the ongoing Brand South Africa 2021 Play Your Part Awards in the category – Women Empowerment.

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DIABETES ALLIANCE/UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA DIABETES RESEARCH CENTRE   South Africa needs an urgent, coordinated response to the country’s exploding diabetes crisis SA’s inaugural Diabetes Summit set to tackle diabetes challenges   Diabetes is the number one killer of women in South Africa, and the second leading cause of death in men, according to Stats SA.

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An innovative and ambitious programme by the British government, has invested £75 million to support education and skills systems across nine fast growing economies by equipping young and marginalised groups, including women, with the skills needed by industry.

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The post EU Nations Junior Men’s (U17) Water Polo Tournament Results appeared first on The Home Of Great South African News.

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The story of the founding of the SA Ubuntu Foundation   by Steuart Pennington   I have, for a long time, been intrigued with the concept of Ubuntu.

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