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The Green Building Convention 2016, proudly sponsored by Nedbank Corporate and Investment Bank, was held in Johannesburg for the first time late last month. The convention saw more than 50 international and local sustainability leaders inspire built environment professionals to build a better world now.

“It’s at this time of the year that we want to encourage and remind all mothers to give their babies the healthiest start to life by breastfeeding exclusively for the first 200 days of their newborn’s life,” says Tom Bergmann-Harris, past president of the Rotary Club of Claremont spearheading Early Childhood Development for Rotary in the Western Cape, Namibia and Angola.

The DA in the Western Cape once again notes the senseless torching of Metrorail Trains in Cape Town and condemn it in the strongest terms.

 

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As the largest employer in Saldanha Bay, Sea Harvest have created many opportunities for career growth and skills development

It is estimated that around 3 million South African school children do not have a desk to work at in their classrooms

Their commitment to supply chain development and transformation has seen an investment of R78 million over the past four years

This initiative is part of Hilton Worldwide’s Open Doors commitment, which aims to create opportunities and “Open Doors” for young people.

Muppet Global Health Ambassador Raya Makes South African Debut In New Resources for Vulnerable Children

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At LifeXchange, our vision is the sustainable transformational growth of all people.

On Saturday, we celebrated World Honey Bee Day!

Approximately 80 women gathered at the St. Mungos Church to celebrate and reflect on their power to overcome the physical and emotional challenges

In 2015 Nal’ibali’s Story Bosso Talent Search saw Athandiwe Sikade (7 years old), from Chumisa Primary in Khayelitsha, take the title of ‘STORY BOSSO’

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SARDA (SA Riding for the Disabled Association), offers FREE therapeutic riding lessons to children and adults living with physical and learning disabilities. In gaining a basic knowledge of all the disabilities that SARDA regularly encounters in its pupils, and working in co-operation with physiotherapists, doctors and remedial teachers, SARDA instructors derive maximum therapeutic benefit from their lessons. ...     Review our services

 

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If one learns from others but does not think, one will be bewildered. If, on the other hand, one thinks but does not learn from others, one will be in peril.

Confucius

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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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Virtual reality meets cause marketingIt's expected that virtual reality will be an $80bn market by 2025. The list of businesses coming on board with VR is long and impressive: Google is creating a Chrome virtual reality option, Samsung is showing Rio 2016 in VR and Sky News is building a VR studio and releasing an app along with it. The future is most definitely here. But where to with VR for ad agencies like One Lady and A Tribe who are committed to cause marketing?
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Pour Your Heart Out: Woodland Dairy's campaign to share its goodnessThe First Choice Custard 'Pour Your Heart Out' initiative is one way Woodlands Dairy showcases its brand ethos, and how important it views giving back to communities.
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Why we need to unite to feed children while at schoolIn a call for Cape Town to unite against hunger at our schools, the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) announces that it's Charity Family Fun Walk, Blisters for Bread, will take place at the Green Point Cricket Club on Sunday, 28 August 2016. This fundraiser began in 1968, and its main purpose was to raise funds to feed hungry schoolchildren. It has since become one of the major highlights on the Cape Town events calendar. It will start from the Cape Town stadium, loop along the promenade and end with its usual fun, food and festivities at the Green Point Cricket Club. Your R50 entry will feed 25 children for a day.
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Zinto mentors aspiring marketers at 'Tuks'The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the University of Pretoria ('Tuks') recently invited the Zinto Marketing Group (Zinto) as guest speaker to address young marketing enthusiasts studying Honours in B.Com Marketing Management. Part of the curriculum requires learners to organise an event and create awareness to raise funds for a non-profit organisation.
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Indy campaign assists 36,000 schoolgirlsThe #MillionComforts campaign has culminated in a whopping 4,330,000 pads thanks to the generosity of the public during the six-week sanitary pad drive. The total brought in far outstrips the total of 1.6 million pads raised in 2015.
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