Chances are that you asked yourself sometime during the past month – why are we still here in South Africa? And if you are not in South Africa, you probably asked what are they still doing in South Africa?
With all the violence and protests, looting and destruction… there are many reasons to think like this, but in the middle of all the chaos and carnage, somewhere one person made a decision not to be a victim. Our country is not divided because we choose to stand together. Heroes emerged by the minute regardless of race, sex or religion. To every charity organisation, thank you. To every citizen helping to restore, thank you. To the businesses, business owners, employees, taxi drivers and even the Dads and men protecting their loved ones, thank you. To every South African citizen who stood up and said no, thank you. This is our South Africa…and we are going to be okay!
To our colleagues, Natasha, Elize and Beryl, Happy Birthday! May you have all the joy your heart can hold and all the Blessings a day can bring!
Our office made the decision during this third wave to look after our work family. To ensure that all our staff and their families are safe and healthy we initiated a protocol requiring all staff to work remotely with only a core skeleton staff at the office. Thank you to the ladies and gents who have kept the heart of our office running. You are appreciated! Also, thank you to all our clients for understanding and accepting the new protocols.
During August we will be celebrating woman’s day. We have the privilege of working alongside some phenomenal women. Ladies, you are amazing! We thank you for your resilience, hard work and dedication under exceptionally difficult circumstances. The Lord Bless you and keep you. May His favour be upon you all.
“We need women who are so strong they can be gentle, so educated they can be humble, so fierce they can be compassionate, so passionate they can be rational, and so disciplined they can be free.” – Kavita Ramdas
Keep warm, keep safe, stay healthy!
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