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The Sanca Sanpark Rehabilitation Centre recognised the Friends of Sanpark who were awarded at the AGM recently. Annaleen van Staden, Director of the facility, expressed her thanks to the friends for always walking the extra mile in their support to the rehabilitation centre. Mervyn Fortuin was also honoured for being a volunteer at the centre for the past 40 years. Pictured is Solomon Dodovu (board member), Van Staden, Charles Ntsizi (Chairperson), Johan Stassen (Treasurer), Lizanne Botha (friend), Nina Bruwer (friend), Rev Thoman Makhubo (board member), Fortuin, and Boniswa Xoba (friend). Jolene Olivier was absent.

Lentswe, Jouberton - Mamokonyane Funeral, in partnership with the Gesonde Vilakazi Foundation and the City of Matlosana, hosted The Freedom Day KOSH Knock-Out tournament challenge on Saturday May 4 at Matlosana Stadium. The final match, featuring Kanana Ryabakina and Golden Palace, concluded with a score of 3-2 in favour of Kanana Ryabakina. 

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Lentswe, Klerksdorp - Nomsa Mgina (18) fell in love with modelling in high school. Her first title was Miss Excelsior. The second title was Miss TVOTY (the voice of the youth 2022). Currently she owns the title of First Princess of Miss Northwest Exclusive and she decided to re-enter Miss Northwest Exclusive. “I am passionate about social development of children especially those with special needs, I believe that children with special needs are not being given sufficient recognition. Growing up with a sibling who is physically challenged and who requires special attention makes me want to give more love to children who are experiencing the same challenges. Children with special needs are often restricted by their disability in terms of being physically active and being able to engage with other kids,” she said.

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Lentswe, Kanana - The Amazing Grace Community Development Centre is a faith-based Organisation that is based in Kanana. In partnership with National Heritage Council (Nelson Mandela Ubuntu Project) they donated food parcels, a wheelchair, school uniforms to Inyathelo and Selang Thuto Primary Schools, and sanitary products to Khayalethu and Zamukulunga Primary Schools in Jouberton. They also renovated three houses in Kanana.

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