An active citizen is an informed citizen, someone who is aware of the basic challenges facing his or her communities and country. It is only when you become fully aware of the problems facing you that you can begin to act. Without knowledge of a problem, you can`t endeavour towards finding a solution.
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Looking at the European Union and the recent eurozone crises, what lessons can Africa learn about forming an economic union, building strong economies, and forming unified leadership?
Community service and development, core elements of the SAWIP curriculum, were expressed through individual and team projects on Saturday 8th September 2012 at Marian High School in Cape Town South Africa.
I have always been interested in the way people perceive things that they have never experienced firsthand. To some extent, a person’s preconception of a country, city, or even culture reveals much about the perception and even prejudice of that person’s own environment.
A question that businesspeople constantly ask themselves is: “How do we become more profitable?” This is a valid question for people who live and function in the world of business, or who are involved in any form of organization that needs to be profitable in order to keep doing what it set out to do.