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DNMUM404358 | 12/31/2017 | Author : Team DNA | WC :673

JUST BEFORE MONDAY

Tomorrow  we will celebrate two milestones: one; the passing of 365 days, and the other, the beginning of a new year.  While we have information, evidence and knowledge of the past year, who knows what the future will bring? Should we be smug, wary, comfortable or alert  about what’s on offer for 2018?
Frankly no one has the answers, but the past as you know provides an indication to the future.
So we asked a whole lot of people, at the peak of their professions, to dig deep into their world and venture their projections of what 2018 might be.  What’s turned up in the following pages is a mixed bag of excitement and challenges, highs and lows, good and bad...pretty much like life itself.
It’s a good start. Happy 2018!Read full story



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