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Joburg South resident nominated for Woman of Stature Awards 2019 ley in 2016. Taneil Shani Arkner, a Woman In Education Nominee from the South of Johannesburg says, “I would like to take the opportunity to thank Women of Stature for the opportunity to participate in this event. It is an honour to be nominated for such a prestigious award and especially for such an empowering cause that is so close to my heart. As a businesswoman and entrepreneur, I am aware that entrepreneurship is the key to saving our country and that the youth of today are our leaders of tomorrow. I truly believe that it is never too early to teach our children the value of dedication, perseverance, empathy and passion and these are the exact values a child learns while achieving their academic goals whilst working with horses at The IEA Elite. It is this same drive and passion that has gone into creating ArkStar Kidz Club, my registered NPO that raises funds

The 6th Woman of Stature Awards 2019 will take place on Saturday, 2 November 2019 at the Indaba Hotel in Fourways, where 101 of South Africa’s most prominent women will be competing for one of twelve awards. This year the Woman of Stature Awards is introducing special awards for women who do not necessarily fit in any of the above categories but deserve recognition as well as an Honorary Life Achievement Award and Leadership Award. Its annual Woman of the Year Awards are not limited to any particular field of endeavour, and for this reason rank among the most prestigious awards in South Africa for women. Launched in April 2013, Woman of Stature’s purpose is to inspire and empower women from all walks of life. This is the first year that the awards will be hosted by the newly formed Woman of

Stature Foundation and proceeds raised from the awards will go the foundation. The mission is to be an incubator providing women from all walks of life access to high quality Personal, Professional and Entrepreneurial Development Interventions and Training Programs Woman of Stature, Director Charlotte du Plessis says, “The 101 nominees are each prominent within their respective communities and have reached considerable heights within their careers. They each reflect our values and focus at Woman of Stature, which is empowering other women whether through active mentorship, or just by setting the example for leading a purposeful life.”

towards assisting underprivileged youths within Southern African in becoming the best version of themselves through the sport of equestrianism and home-school education.” The media partners and sponsors that have come on board thus far include; Radio Pulpit, Radio Today, Jacaranda FM, Fourways Review, Real Women Real Life, NQ Nkosi Devine E Image, Brett Herman Productions, Leigh Benson Photography, Buddies For Life (Blog), Indaba Hotel, AKA Africa Group, Bill Harrop’s Original Balloon Safaris, Hunter Group, Box Tribe, Nedbank and Wesbank, She Owns It Magazine. “We look forward to a house packed with women and men alike to celebrate this iconic event – all for a good cause!” concludes Du Plessis.

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Cheslin Kolbe hailed as one of the world’s best after mesmerising display

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The Boks bagged their second victory of the 2019 Rugby World Cup on Friday, with the Toulouse winger contributing two of the seven tries scored on the night. He opened the scoring in classic Cheslin Kolbe fashion, dancing around the defence to down in the corner, where many players would have been shut down due to a disadvantage in numbers. The try was the first real notable action in what was a solid performance, which saw him emerge as the best player in green for the second time in as many starts. Kolbe deservedly walked away with the man of the match award, and drew due praise from his mentor, Rassie Erasmus after yet another dazzling performance. “He played a wonderful game – both on attack, defence, aerially, he was just fantastic.

Cheslin Kolbe is a player known for his uncanny ability for creating some-

thing out of nothing and, during the Springboks 49-3 thumping of Italy, he

gave a classic demonstration of exactly that.

I think at this stage, he must be one of the players in the world, with players like (New Zealand’s) Sevu Reece, and Damian McKenzie, who just have X factor and do something out of nothing. “It’s wonderful to have him in our team.”

Alberton Football Club supports Boots for Africa

On Saturday, 19 October at the Alberton Football Club prize giving day, AFC will facilitate a Boots for Africa drop-off

zone. Members of the local community are encouraged to donate their old football/

rugby boots to help children in need in poverty-stricken parts of South Africa. Boots for Africa is an organization that collects pre-loved boots and distributes them to children and young adults across South Africa. One of the main goals of this charity is to make sport more accessible to young people in developing communities. Not only can those interested donate their old boots for a worthy cause, but they can also give sports equipment such as shin pads, balls etc. to the youth of South Africa to help build communities and social understanding through the power of the game. By donating your old boots, balls and equipment, you can change a young person’s outlook on life. Through sports, we are helping to nurture, empower and transform lives. AFC encourages all members of the local football and rugby community, especially those attending the annual Prize Giving Day, to take part. Clubs, coaches or individuals who may be interesting in learning more about Boots for Africa and how they can contribute can contact Gavin Hendry on 082 457 0671 or visit their Facebook Page. Drop off your old boots, takkies or school shoes (cleaned, laces tie together in pairs) in the Boots for Africa boxes.


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