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The day my life changed!

Ok, I assisted someone in my hometown by becomig self -sufficient I acted on the fact that they didn't have enough food to eat and weren't able to send their children to school.

It all started when I was walking home in the heat of the day where I came across a shirtless swazi boy running toward me smiling and waving. Little did I know that he hadn't had much to eat the entire day, I only found this out when I walked with him home and give him what had been left over from…

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Added by Grant Davis on April 13, 2010 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments

I shall be shadowing a man by the name of Allan Gray. This is due to the fact that I believe that he has established a very successful business and still has made entrepreneurship and regional develo…

I shall be shadowing a man by the name of Allan Gray. This is due to the fact that I believe that he has established a very successful business and still has made entrepreneurship and regional development a centre to his cause! He is also the founder of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation which is a foundation that is centred around giving individuals who possess entrepreneurial potential and giving them a space to grow and learn. Ultimately his goal is to create a group of highly successful…

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Added by Grant Davis on April 6, 2010 at 5:51pm — No Comments

Sitting in a loft somewhere in one of the new sprawling metropolises that have sprung up from nothing, I look out my window into the city's view and notice how commercialised the world has become it …

Sitting in a loft somewhere in one of the new sprawling metropolises that have sprung up from nothing, I look out my window into the city's view and notice how commercialised the world has become it has reached a point where we as humankind need to step up to the platform before its too late.

Life has become this uphill battle as people live their lives without the sense of community. Everything is now centred around work, work, work and more work. The meaning of friends has…

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Added by Grant Davis on April 5, 2010 at 6:03pm — No Comments

Social Innovator

I believe that one of the most fundamental traits in being a social innovator/entrepreneur is being able to actually understand the problems that face us as africans and the rest of the world. Alot of the time we don't actually have a clear understanding of what the problem is so we don't deal with it effectively. Ideally what should happen is that we should tackle the roots of certain "socio-economic" problems. For instance, one could say that poverty is a root of prostitution and child… Continue

Added by Grant Davis on March 31, 2010 at 6:00pm — 5 Comments

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