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25/04/2023

Stay tuned for more posts on our amazing achievements,from the year 2022🫶🏽🏆🎉2023 uploads are going to be even greater

13/09/2022

We welcome thee awesome Sphamandla😊aka Spha

Photos from I3 Tutoring with Miss Reynolds's post 03/08/2022

This was a meet up with our Tutees mum at her workpkace,she works odd hours so I made it convenient for her to set up tutorials for her son plus she hooked me up with a lovely iced cold dried lemon and sarmie💛💙

02/08/2022

A very special thank you to Mrs Keet for the positive review🙏

01/08/2022

I3 Tutee:Jayden's progress after just 6 sessions😊💪

01/08/2022

Photos from I3 Tutoring with Miss Reynolds's post 01/08/2022

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Photos from I3 Tutoring with Miss Reynolds's post 01/08/2022

Sba task preparation👏🏆

01/08/2022

This journey begun on the 30th of May💛💙

10/02/2022
Photos from I3 Tutoring with Miss Reynolds's post 09/08/2021

A happy women's day from
I3 Tutoring with Miss Reynolds
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“Apart from the importance of the election, so much more it is apt to women around the world. Recently the youngest Noble prize winner, a young girl, stood up for education – she took the future of many in her own hands. Women are seen as mothers, wives, career women, sisters, aunts, caretakers and so much more. We freely give of ourselves to everybody around us.”
Annetjie Moore: SABPP Head HR Audit

Women need to lead women. Women need to empower other women through programmes like mentoring, coaching and create communities that share experiences and lessons. South Africa has developed strong women in Government, private sector, across different professions that break the boundaries that defined the “traditional woman”. Women in South Africa are more empowered and have the platforms to voice their demands and be heard. It’s a voice that still carries the echo of the march by those 20 000 women in 1956. It reminds us of our progress over the last sixty years and how much we still need to do.

Women of South Africa, stand proud and live free for the world has recognised your strength. Celebrate Women’s Day not because it is recognised but because it is a day that celebrates your strength, victory and legacy. Happy National Women’s Day.

Moving Happy Women's Day wishes, quotes and messages 09/08/2021

Why do we celebrate Women's Day in South Africa? Women's Day in South Africa is a special occasion that the country marks on 9th August every year. It is marked to commemorate the march that was held on 9th August 1956 by more than 20,000 women to the Union Buildings in Pretoria. The march was done in the quest for racial equality. It was a protest against the pass laws which the apartheid government had proposed. The pass laws were to restrict further the movement of black women in South African society. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/75067-inspirational-happy-womens-day-wishes-quotes-messages.html
Be the first to get hottest news from our Editor-in-Chief SIGN UP THANK YOU! Check your email and confirm your subscription You are already subscribed to our newsletter! Check your inbox to be the first to know the hottest news News South Africa Buzz BUZZFACTS AND LIFE HACKSLATEST SA ENTERTAINMENT NEWS Inspirational Happy Women's Day wishes, quotes and messages Monday, August 10, 2020 at 2:05 PM by Priscillah Mueni South Africa has morphed into a country that recognises the value of equality of every race and gender. The cumbersome fight to end the apartheid rule took the efforts of both men and women. It resulted in the establishment of Women's Day as a national holiday. Why is the day marked, and what are the most suitable Happy Women's Day messages, wishes and quotes that you could share? Read on for more details. Image: instagram.com, minahstoptry, befunky.com (modified by author) Source: UGC Happy Women's Day is a special occasion in the history of South Africa. It is not a second Mother's Day. It is a national holiday that is marked to honour the impact that women had in ending the apartheid rule. One of the ways of commemorating this day is by sharing quotes, wishes, and messages and reflecting on the impact that the messages have. Why do we celebrate Women's Day in South Africa? Women's Day in South Africa is a special occasion that the country marks on 9th August every year. It is marked to commemorate the march that was held on 9th August 1956 by more than 20,000 women to the Union Buildings in Pretoria. The march was done in the quest for racial equality. It was a protest against the pass laws which the apartheid government had proposed. The pass laws were to restrict further the movement of black women in South African society. READ ALSO Mandela Day 2021: date, ideas, theme, how to celebrate it Federation of South African Women organised the 1956 march. It was led by four courageous women, Lilian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Sophie Williams, and Rahima Moosa. The leaders had organised for the women to sign petitions to express their frustration and anger about their freedom of movement being restricted. The petitions were delivered at the office of JG Strijdom, who was the prime minister. The women sang freedom songs during the march, and Wathint’ abafazi, Strijdom! became the anthem of the march. The march bore fruits as the restrictions were lifted, prompting the nation to recognise the bravery that these women showcased, as they risked detention. This prompted the country to brand 9 August National Women’s Day, a holiday that South Africa religiously marks. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/75067-inspirational-happy-womens-day-wishes-quotes-messages.html

Moving Happy Women's Day wishes, quotes and messages ⭐HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY⭐ wishes, quotes and messages for 2020 is one of the best ways of marking the national holiday, especially with the ongoing restrictions.

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