This is a vulnerable, inspiring account of how Tebogo has risen above his personal challenges to take charge of his life.

FACILITATOR : Mpho Makgabutlane – UJFM Presenter
DATE : 10 March 2022
TIME : 14:00
VENUE : Nadine Gordimer Auditorium, Level 5, APK Library (Limited seats available due to COVID-19 protocols)
ZOOM LINK : https://zoom.us/s/95859676922

March 10, 2022

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