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Abigail Stewart
To fix education, find what’s working and do more of it.
Abigail Stewart What kind of education does it take to help someone escape the clutches of…

Innovation blends with sustainability, social awareness and technical excellence in 29th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards

Innovative thinking is the mark of a fine architect and it will take innovation to meet the architectural challenges of…

Graafwater Primary School receives wheels to reach their dreams

As an old fishing saying goes; the ocean provides. The same can be said of the Oceana Group, South Africa’s…


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Abigail Stewart

To fix education, find what’s working and do more of it.

What kind of education does it take to help someone escape the clutches of poverty? One young South African from gang-ridden Mannenberg, Cape Town, says it starts with giving young ...
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Innovation blends with sustainability, social awareness and technical excellence in 29th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards

Innovative thinking is the mark of a fine architect and it will take innovation to meet the architectural challenges of the future. The many aspects which make up fine design ...
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Graafwater Primary School receives wheels to reach their dreams

As an old fishing saying goes; the ocean provides. The same can be said of the Oceana Group, South Africa’s most empowered listed company, who continue to channel their corporate ...
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Transnet Shoes on Feet initiative 

Transparent port Terminals (TPT) have partnered with The Nelson Mandela Foundation in the launch fo their second 'shoes on feet' initiative, started in 2014 as a tribute to Madiba after ...
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Teachers

To fix education, find what’s working and do more of it.

by admin | October 3, 2016 | Uncategorized
What kind of education does it take to help someone escape the clutches of poverty? One young South African from gang-ridden Mannenberg, Cape Town, says it starts with giving young people a reason to hope that things could be different.  As learners and schools gear up for the annual...
Read More

Innovation blends with sustainability, social awareness and technical excellence in 29th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards

by Johan Meyer | March 21, 2016 | Uncategorized
Innovative thinking is the mark of a fine architect and it will take innovation to meet the architectural challenges of the future. The many aspects which make up fine design include the principles of sustainability, appropriate built cost and attractive lifecycle costs, technical skill and an appreciation of the...
Read More

Graafwater Primary School receives wheels to reach their dreams

by Johan Meyer | March 21, 2016 | Uncategorized
As an old fishing saying goes; the ocean provides. The same can be said of the Oceana Group, South Africa’s most empowered listed company, who continue to channel their corporate social investment (CSI) through the Oceana Foundation to meet the needs identified by the communities in which the company...
Read More

Transnet Shoes on Feet initiative 

by admin | January 20, 2016 | News, Uncategorized
Transparent port Terminals (TPT) have partnered with The Nelson Mandela Foundation in the launch fo their second ‘shoes on feet’ initiative, started in 2014 as a tribute to Madiba after his passing. The 7th of December marked the first day of a month of collections by a TPT’s staff...
Read More

Teachers

To fix education, find what’s working and do more of it.

by admin | October 3, 2016 | Uncategorized
What kind of education does it take to help someone escape the clutches of poverty? One young South African from gang-ridden Mannenberg, Cape Town, says it starts with giving young people a reason to hope that things could be different.  As learners and schools gear up for the annual...
Read More

Innovation blends with sustainability, social awareness and technical excellence in 29th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards

by Johan Meyer | March 21, 2016 | Uncategorized
Innovative thinking is the mark of a fine architect and it will take innovation to meet the architectural challenges of the future. The many aspects which make up fine design include the principles of sustainability, appropriate built cost and attractive lifecycle costs, technical skill and an appreciation of the...
Read More

Graafwater Primary School receives wheels to reach their dreams

by Johan Meyer | March 21, 2016 | Uncategorized
As an old fishing saying goes; the ocean provides. The same can be said of the Oceana Group, South Africa’s most empowered listed company, who continue to channel their corporate social investment (CSI) through the Oceana Foundation to meet the needs identified by the communities in which the company...
Read More

Transnet Shoes on Feet initiative 

by admin | January 20, 2016 | News, Uncategorized
Transparent port Terminals (TPT) have partnered with The Nelson Mandela Foundation in the launch fo their second ‘shoes on feet’ initiative, started in 2014 as a tribute to Madiba after his passing. The 7th of December marked the first day of a month of collections by a TPT’s staff...
Read More

Opinions

Eric always wanted a teal Vespa.

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The jib goes to the main shore.

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If you blink too fast you will miss it.

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