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Nomabali Mapela
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#Self-Awareness

Those who know me probably thing I am obsessed with "self-awareness". But I truly believe that most of Afrika's problems started because we lost who we are - and we could go back to who we are by becoming more self-aware and didnt want to be anything else but Afrikan.Having self-awereness means knowing your personality, weaknesses and strengths, your beliefs and what motivates you.If you are aware of yourself, it is easy to understand others and how they percive you. Being aware of yourself…See More
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SPORTS

Though there may be differences among nations - in their food and recreational habits, the spirit of harmony and unity displayed in sports is a gratifying example to all. It is a distinctive quality of sports that differences are forgotten and persons engage themselves in games in a spirit of friendliness and solidarity. Sports help the players not only to improve their health but also to experience joy.It is essential to promote purity of the mind and develop good heartedness. True humanness…See More
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""The one filled with Love will be fearless, will seek nothing from others & will be spontaneous & selfless in expressing their Love"#ONELOVE"
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""I am Love, I shower Love. I share Love. I am pleased with Love." My life's message is love"
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Ngcipe Foundation learners

Assessment in progress!#Cookhuse centre#MathsEducation#Drivingpositivechange
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Fun Walk, Fun Run and Mountain Biking Event at SOMERSERT EAST

November 28, 2015 from 7am to 2pm
Launched in 2013, the Dr NB Ngcipe Foundation Fun Walk, Fun Run and MTB event aims to commemorate the life of Dr Norman Bantwini “Totose” Ngcipe who was a great advocate of education and the role it plays in reducing poverty and inequality. Each year the event has a different theme directed particularly to the youth. In 2013 the theme was ‘Get Fit for Education’, in 2014 the theme was ‘Together for Resilient Youth” and this year the theme is ‘Dream, Believe, Do’.See More
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FORGIVENESS...

I love working with teenagers. We were faced with lots of challenges as teenagers when I was younger, but today’s teenagers face even more challenges for example the loss of Ubuntu, crime, teenage pregnancy, alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence, peer pressure, lack of self-worth, etc. For these teenagers, having someone you can trust to talk to and share your fears with is very important. The youths I interact with often complain about how people they trust (friends and family), betray and…See More
Nov 15, 2015

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#Self-Awareness

Those who know me probably thing I am obsessed with "self-awareness". But I truly believe that most of Afrika's problems started because we lost who we are - and we could go back to who we are by becoming more self-aware and didnt want to be anything else but Afrikan.

Having self-awereness means knowing your personality, weaknesses and strengths, your beliefs and what motivates you.

If you are aware of yourself, it is easy to understand others and how they percive you. Being…

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Posted on November 20, 2018 at 2:38pm

SPORTS

Though there may be differences among nations - in their food and recreational habits, the spirit of harmony and unity displayed in sports is a gratifying example to all. It is a distinctive quality of sports that differences are forgotten and persons engage themselves in games in a spirit of friendliness and solidarity. Sports help the players not only to improve their health but also to experience joy.



It is essential to promote purity of the mind and develop good heartedness.…

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Posted on January 14, 2016 at 5:39pm

#Gender

ACTIVISM.jpg Gender issue: domestic violence

Solution: Don't look away! When a husband beats up his wife I often here people say "Oh but she started it!" Nonsense! No one deserves to be abused. Let's not look away, lets report domestic violence incidences...

Posted on November 17, 2015 at 6:57pm

Leadership Success Stories #lead

This leadership success story is about my father, Dr Norman Bantwini “Totose” Ngcipe.

 

He was born in Somerset East, Eastern Cape (10 November 1955). He enrolled to study Medicine at the University of Natal -Wentworth in 1976. He fulfilled the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1981, at the age of 26 and commenced his internship at Edendale hospital, Pietermaritzburg in 1982.

 

Dr. Ngcipe was an underground ANC…

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Posted on November 17, 2015 at 4:32pm

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At 2:30pm on February 11, 2016, Nomabali Mapela said…
Ndilapha Busi sabonana ubuya kwajho ePE
At 10:21pm on January 17, 2016, Busisiwe said…
hi cc Bali akhangude ubenalo ithuba lokuza e Se
 
 
 

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