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Table Mountain Voted “Africa’s Leading Tourist Attraction”

9 November 2020

Table Mountain has been announced by the World Travel Awards as Africa’s leading tourist attraction.

This incredible award recognises the enigmatic beauty that has made Table Mountain one of the best tourist attractions in the world – having seen more than 29 million visitors reach the top of its summit by the aerial cableway over the decades.

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Woman waiting for a new heart helps grow the Organ Donor Registry in SA

South Africa (14 October 2020) – Jamie Waller’s story is one that is changing lives! She is currently waiting for a new heart, and because of her story, many South Africans have signed up to become organ donors. This is her incredible story.

On the 11th of October last year, Jamie started coughing. It got to a point where it wouldn’t stop, and her lungs started to make odd crackling sounds. She knew something was wrong and decided to see the doctor the next day.

Her doctor was concerned about the crackling sound and decided it would be best to do X-rays and blood work to see what was going on. He was concerned that Jamie might have had pneumonia.

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Mr Madiba

MADIBA – A six part review.

July 18th is a global celebration of Nelson Mandela’s life and the legacy he left for mankind.

We are urged to take 67 minutes ‘time-out’ to do something to commemorate his life and make a small difference.

Some argue we have ‘lost the plot’ – that Mandela’s life deserves much more than 67 minutes of ‘doing good’ once a year.

I wonder what the great man himself would have thought.

In the only face-to-face meeting I had with him (1992 at Lanseria Airport – he was off to confer degrees at the University of the North, I was off to the bush – we chatted over a toasted sandwich!) the impression I have is that he would be deeply pleased, and humbled, by the fact that the world’s people were honouring him, no matter by how much or how little.

Article courtesy: SA Good News

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