Children are constantly learning about the world around them and one of the ways is by reading storybooks. It's an accepted fact that the benefits of reading are multitude such as the development of communication skills and enhancing concentration ability, to name a few.
The Johannesburg chief representative of the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ, Yoshiro Yokoi, has commended South Africa for being a sound investment destination, despite the legacy left by apartheid. okoi, who said the laws of the apartheid era were to blame for the countrys unemployment rate, was speaking during the first leg of the pre-TICAD (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) South African Investment Seminars in Nagoya, Japan, on Tuesday.
This post was written by Peter Curruthers and was originally featured on PetesWeekly.com. As I write this, sitting at my table at Cafe Latte-Tude in the Gateway centre in Umhlanga Rocks, I am filled with a deep sadness that I cannot live here right now. As my partner gently pointed out a few weeks ago, I left Durban to pursue fast Internet in the UK, and ended up in Norway with Internet even slower than I left behind, and more costly. That is a story for next time.
Sustaining the Wild Coast's (SWC) focus is on traditional rural communities living along Pondoland's Wild Coast, in the northern coastal regions of the former Transkei. We work with people resident in the area to enhance local leadership ability, skills, knowledge and entrepreneurial capacity so that local communities may have a healthy capability to:-
Karen de Villiers, a South African living in London writes for The South African newspaper and runs a business called Londongreenafrica and a website called London/Green/Africa. She met with Di Smith, a co-founder of Awesome SA over the Christmas break and had this to say about Awesome SA and the book Di wrote called You're Awesome - Living a Fulfilled Life, which has recently been released.