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Feb. 26, 2016 / Blog / The First 100 days
Imagine a light of megawatt proportion being shone directly into your eyes. You are blinded for an instant and your first instinct is to put up your hands to protect yourself from its harsh glare. You know that this will look defensive so you…
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Sep. 27, 2015 / Blog
Its warmth envelops you like the benign winter sunshine the moment you set foot on South African soil. You feel it’s embrace in the radiant smiles, hear it in the greetings called out in multiple indigenous languages and in the question:…
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Sep. 27, 2015 / Blog
The rights, freedom and empowerment of African women are commemorated every August during Women’s Month in South Africa.  This celebration of the courage and achievements of women marks the watershed moment  when over 20 000 women marched…
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Sep. 27, 2015 / Blog
“I used to be afraid to look at this house when I walked past it. I was only the garden boy at a neighbouring house earning my school fees,” 57 year old multimillionaire James Mbongwe tells me as we sit in his office – the very house he…
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Sep. 27, 2015 / Blog
 ‘I’m an expert at these things, move aside I will fix it’ my 3 year old said confidently as she jumped out of her toy convertible and went to help her 2 year old sister with her stalled car. Where did that self-belief and confidence…
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