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Growth and change

Growth and change

Spoudazo entered into 2018 with the expectation that it will be a year of growth and change. Well, it seems to be exactly the experience in our midst. Change in board of trustees: It is with sadness that we say goodbye to one of our valued trustees, Mr Christo Spies, who has re-located during the past year to focus on his new ventures. We are privileged that Natalie Steenkamp, a senior associate in the Property Practise Group of PhatshoaneHenne ... Continue Reading »

Growth at Beudene Daycare for Disabled

Growth at Beudene Daycare for Disabled

At the beginning of the year, a big need to create a structured work-environment for our young adults with stronger physical capabilities was identified.   A need for physical exercises and participation in some or other form of sport activities that are appropriate for special needs individuals developed.  These individuals are able to furthermore participate in work related activities such as carpentry and cleaning services in the community, fo ... Continue Reading »

Constant change and growth in our township vegetable tunnels

Constant change and growth in our township vegetable tunnels

We have been hard at work to relocate some tunnels to newly identified beneficiaries where sustainability by previous beneficiaries became a challenge due to illness and other personal circumstances.  We have planted 8200 spinach seedlings and 5000 beetroot seedlings in the township tunnels during April and May 2018. We will be reporting on more growth and changes happening under the umbrella of Spoudazo Enterprises in our next newsletter. Ke ... Continue Reading »

What we have, is what we give

What we have, is what we give

This newsletter is a tribute to everyone, who has not only conquered a very challenging year but also found enough courage to strengthen others in their purpose. I, my, me and mine are possessive words used to describe what we feel belong to us. Actually, much that we claim is not ours at all. In the last analysis, we can claim not what is given to us but only what we give away. There is much truth in the words: “What I had, I saved. What ... Continue Reading »

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