If South Africa is going to the dogs - how do we fix it? - May 2013
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If South Africa is going to the dogs - how do we fix it? - May 2013

If South Africa is going to the dogs - how do we fix it? - May 2013

If South Africa is going to the dogs - how do we fix it? - May 2013

If you want a good future or are taking action to build a better South Africa, then Together SA - Building Our Future has been developed for you.

"I think that Together SA is a brilliant initiative…ordinary people rolling up their sleeves to become active citizens in the pursuit of creating a better life for all. Well done in giving real power to the real people" - Clem Sunter (Business speaker and strategic facilitator) - www.clemsunter.co.za

Thousands of us are building South Africa through our choices in reaching out to others. The Together SA website (www.togethersa.co.za) is for Change Makers. You are a Change Maker if you are an active citizen working with people on the ground to bring about positive change in your home, your community and the environment.

Why should I join Together SA?

  • Because you have the courage and strength of spirit to stand with thousands of other South Africans for a good future.
  • Because you love this country and are committed to building a fair society for future generations.
  • Because you want to be an active citizen and be part of the generation that changes South Africa for good.
  • Because you want to showcase the part you are playing in creating the future.

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You can find out more about the benefits of Together SA here.

Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

Allan Gray Orbis FoundationThe Foundation has identified a systemic challenge to economic and social transformation in Southern Africa. A large portion of the Southern African population lives in poverty whilst there are well functioning businesses, universities and civil organisations in the same context. A major contributor to this systemic challenge is the historical lack of human capital investment.

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Investing in Greatness – Batandwa Alperstein

Investing in Greatness – Batandwa AlpersteinBatandwa Alperstein was born in Cape Town but grew up in a village called Cala in rural Transkei, where he was raised singlehandedly by his mother, a health worker for the local community. Batandwa recalls a happy childhood herding animals and playing games with friends on the unspoilt Wild Coast.

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