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Heroes

Behind every success and every achievement, there is a person – a single dedicated human being – who is the driving force to making a difference.  Join us as we honour these individuals – our heroes – the one’s who make life a little better, one step at a time. Regular blog posts will feature our everyday heroes.

The Heroes Blog is written by Nikki Brighton. Read more of her articles by clicking here.

Babanetse

Clearly, Elsie Madlala is an accomplished seamstress and astute businesswoman.  Neat uniforms, flamboyant African dresses and promotional t-shirts are stacked…

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Zandile Sikhakane

A chance encounter in the Impendle Library changed a few lives. That’s the sort of thing that happens in small…

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Themba Mamela

When Themba Memela first heard about Funda Nenja, he couldn’t believe his luck. “Dogs are my favourite animals in the…

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Thami Sokhela

Most teachers in their fifties are feeling weary and starting to think about retirement. Not Thami Sokhela. After 27 years…

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Ayesha Kazi

You wouldn’t expect a school principal to turn half a dozen loaves of bread into sandwiches before bed each night.…

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Nosisa Sosibo

Nosisa Sosibo was born with Mathematics in her bones. “It must be genetic because I have loved numbers as long…

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Archived Editions

N3TC published the Heroes book from 2012 until 2015, and as of 2016, the stories are now published via the Heroes Blog.

2015 HEROES
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2014 HEROES
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2013 Heroes

2013 HEROES
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2012 Heroes

2012 HEROES
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