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I like watch­ing TV and read­ing mo­ti­va­tional books, so I read while watch­ing TV.

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I used to play net­ball, but due to my busy sched­ule I spend most of my free time watch­ing TV. I en­joy giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity via sci­ence ca­reer days and ex­pos and men­tor­ing young learn­ers from my com­mu­nity.

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Prof Mamokgethi Phak­eng is such an in­spi­ra­tion and a phe­nom­e­nal black woman who showed me that women can be lead­ers. She im­pacts young peo­ple’s lives by pro­vid­ing bur­saries through her non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion.

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“Op­por­tu­nity comes and goes, but ex­cuses will al­ways be there.” When given any op­por­tu­nity, make the best of it. It might be that one lifechang­ing op­por­tu­nity and you might not get another chance.

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The spirit of Ubuntu! I like that South Africans, es­pe­cially black peo­ple, are respectful. A child calls the neigh­bour granny or un­cle, not be­cause they are re­lated but be­cause they are older. When you are in a work­ing en­vi­ron­ment hav­ing re­spect be­comes a norm.The hu­mil­ity among most South Africans makes me a proud South African!

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