Get into the spirit of ubuntu and be ‘a person through other people’
South Africa is as famous for its people as it is for its wildlife and scenic beauty – from former president Nelson Mandela and Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu to heart surgeon Dr Chris Barnard, South Africa has given the world icons to be proud of.
When young swimmer Chad le Clos beat Michael Phelps at the 2012 Olympics in London he made his way into the hearts and minds of many South Africans. When he went on to win a second medal he secured his place in our history books.
With his passing away, it is impossible to bring tribute to our great Madiba with words alone, especially after a lifetime of activisim and public service and the enormous gift of forgiveness and reconciliation that he bestowed on this country.
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