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Winning letter - Humility is power
Humility is power; when you humble yourself you will be uplifted and the people around you will respect you for it. Pride and arrogance is a weakness, which, in most cases leads to your downfall. Normally, people of substance have humility and always show gratitude.Humble people appreciate even the smallest things in their lives. They are approachable, teachable and are good listeners, which makes them dynamic speakers. Humility is a strength that leads you to long-lasting success.
– Sibongile Kungwane, Soweto, Gauteng.
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A fight greater than apartheid has just begun. The real fight is to empower the mind, the fight for good education, the fight to build more and more indigenous human resources and the fight to increase technical know-how especially for the blacks. As the number one African country, I urge all citizens to take education seriously especially since our government is highly motivated and supportive. This is because education is everything – it is a passport to the future, the gateway to life, the power that unlocks every door. We must encourage the youth of South Africa to fight on, fight smarter, get education, because it empowers you, that’s all that matters.
– Obiageri Ozigbo, Johannesburg, Gauteng
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– Sarah Moela, Maubane, North West
I have been reading Vuk’uzenzele since 2006 and I would like to thank and honour you for playing an important role in our daily lives. It educates and encourages most people in our communities, especially rural areas and shows how people can stand up and use their talents.
I am a man of 47 who is unemployed, but I have ideas and farming skills. I have started a home vegetable garden and I intend to sell vegetables.
– S. Makgatholela, Alexandra, Gauteng
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