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Needing career and study advice?

Here is a great website to help you answer some of the questions you might have around careers and studying. It can be very scary trying to decide on what steps to take so hopefully this can point you in the right direction. Visit: http://www.careerhelp.org.za/  

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Nominate your Lead SA hero
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LEAD SA  is looking for community heroes.   Nominate your hero.  In every story of human triumph is a soul who gave more. At the centre of every thriving community, a selfless person.  Pay them a tribute… Let the nation know of these inspiring individuals by nominating them as ‘Lead SA Heroes’. Yours could be declared ‘Lead SA Hero of the Month’ and ultimately, ‘Lead SA Hero of the Year!’ Click on the below link to nominate your

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Susannah Sweats for GOLD during Two Oceans Ultra Marathon
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Susannah Farr CEO of the GOLD and a GOLD Champion raised over R56,000 for GOLD during her Two Oceans run on Easter Saturday. Susannah has always been passionate about youth in Southern Africa and undertook to raise funds for them so that young leaders can receive a lifetime toolkit of skills, leadership development and a connection to future opportunities. Susannah ran her first ever ultra- marathon and earned a bronze medal in the race. She had

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Sister Champions for GOLD
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It is with great excitement that we announce that GOLD has 2 amazing sisters who are Sweating for GOLD. Rene Stegmann and her sister Caren are running the gruelling 3 day AfricanX Trail run from the 19th  - 21st April. We are so grateful for your hard work and support of GOLD. Good luck with all the training and enjoy the journey.

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Comment on SA National Budget 2013
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The 2013 SA National Budget which, within the framework of the NDP, has recognised the critical role of South Africa’s youth in achieving the goals of accelerated growth, elimination of poverty and reduction of inequality.  The proposed tax incentive for employing youth will encourage business to create opportunities for school-leavers to gain essential work-experience. GOLD is also excited about the change in the Donations legislation whereby

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