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And the Changemakers for 2018 are...

Written by: Lilford Lesabe

Every year LeadSA recognises a Changemaker that perfectly demonstrates active citizenry and courage in order to effect positive change in South Africa.

This year the recipients were the multi-party parliamentary committee on public enterprises that fearlessly went against the grain and took a stand at what could have been the dawn of the end for South Africa.

We want to applaud the entire parliamentary portfolio committee on Public Enterprises.

These Changemakers have been committed to building a society defined by integrity and accountability, by putting parties and politics aside and bravely confronting injustices.

These Changemakers are committed to driving economic recovery and thus creating a better life for all.

Chairperson of the parliamentary committee on public enterprises graciously accepted the award on behalf of the committee.

Listen to her acceptance on the link below:




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