MandelaDay| Celebrating young Mandelas

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Nghamula Chauke speaks to two young women from Limpopo regarding their work that was featured in News24 feature called“100 Young Mandelas 2023”. This as a way of celebrating the rich legacy left by Madiba. Chauke looked at the journey and work of Makungu Valoyi, a mental health advocate and Mulalo Nemataheni who is known for her community work.
18 Jul 2023 English South Africa Business · Arts

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