Rare Bears of South Africa!

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There are the cutest teddy bears being made locally which not create jobs but also much-needed awareness for Rare Diseases South Africa.

The Rare Bear Project is all about supporting their community. From providing support to families with rare diseases, to creating jobs and income-generating opportunities to the women of Kya Sands. 100% of any income goes straight back into this project.

Megan Hunter joins Brent Lindeque in studio to chat more about the incredible project, and what else Rare Diseases South Africa does.
24 May 2022 English South Africa Personal Journals · Daily News

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