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Celebrate Southern Africa

Celebrate Southern Africa

Author: Celebrate Southern Africa

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Celebrating Southern Africans around the world, their roots, lessons they have learned about life and business, and how they bring Southern Africa into their lives, wherever they are.
15 Episodes
Some insights about the Corona Pandemic from Southern Africans around the world - sharing their experiences are Michelle in Johannesburg and Ian in Tzaneen, Rick in Manchester, Moya in Hertford and Sandy in Perth.
In this episode Southern Africans in the UK and SA share their Corona Virus insights.  We hear from Mandy, Kim and Tania (of Spirus Marketing) in the UK, Jackie in Joburg and an update from Ian in Tzaneen. 
In this episode Southern Africans in the UK and SA share their Corona Virus insights.  We hear from Claire in the Lake District in the UK, Gerald in Krugersdorp, Deon in London, Karin in Potch, June in the Isle of Mann and Ian in Tzaneen. 
From the misty Midlands in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, Annelie Kleinloog writes of a hiking encounter in the Fish River Canyon.  Visit Annelie's blog Wandering and Wondering Journeys for more of her wonderful tales and travels
Natalie Farrell lives in the UK, works shifts, has a cake business with her mom, and homeschools her three gorgeous children. In this episode, Natalie chats about why she homeschools, how she balances her days and tips for those considering it. 
Marianna's passion for her roots in Namibia and her love for her grandmother, has put her on a path of cooking and baking books, and now children's books.
Andy Hardy is a member of writing and music groups in Frome, Somerset, UK. In this episode we celebrate writing - short stories and how to make writing social.
Musa Gift Masombuka's short story, 'The Initiation' was placed on the Honours List in the 2017 South African Writers College short story competition. His debut poetry book is a prescribed library resource for the Gauteng Education department. 
William is the supreme all-rounder. He is a proud South African who started his working life in the bush and is now a talented marketer in the UK
Tania is a Southern African who takes action. She has a marketing business and is very involved in her local community and the South African Chamber of Commerce in the East of England
The South African Chamber of Commerce UK is about celebrating South African business in the UK, South Africans and the wonderful South African culture. Support, networking, training, socialising and coming together to celebrate all that makes us so special. 
Deon Newbronner was born in South Africa, raised mostly in Zimbabwe and is, today, transforming the business world using the power of story telling.  
John Walton has had so many varied careers, which have stood him in good stead for his current 'job'.  Early retirement has given him the opportunity to fill a life ambition of having his own radio station. Mix Tape Radio International is his passion, and brings so many people around the global hours of enjoyment.
Gerhard Perold comes from a family tree that is well-known in the South African wine world.  It was his great-grandfather who created the Pinotage grape, and Gerhard is slowly introducing this uniquely South African grape to the UK.
Bianca was born and raised in Harare.  The first time she got onto a plane, was to move to the UK.  She had some really tough times being young, partying and enjoying London - like so many young travellers do.  She now lives in Wiltshire, UK with her husband and tow children. Bianca's African roots have shaped her life and have a daily impact on her family. Bianca is an example of someone who has made it happen....
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