Firstly, I want to apologise for having been so quiet the past ten weeks. As you know by now, my family and I permanently moved back to South Africa at the beginning of February and now live in Centurion (because Pretoria is 30 minutes too far from the Free State!).
We also have a new sponsor, named EXAH. Listen to my interview, The men of EXAH, to hear how they go about to grow businesses with 30% or more.
This means that I will be in the CliffCentral studio in Rivonia each week, where I can chat live to Afrikaans entrepreneurs and impact makers. Of course, I will continue to locate overseas Klipkouers to whom I can chat via Skype.
I am also involved in a commercial green Canadian cleaning product named InnuScience, that our English company (VanBroc) have been using for six years. More on this later.
I am truly thankful to be back in my own country and among my own people, especially for the privilege to show places to my children as “tour guide”, to let them taste nice food and desserts (melkkos!) and to tell them stories that make up a special and important part of my younger years.
In the coming weeks I will tell you a bit more about why we came back and of course how we currently experience the day to day living in South Africa after 14 years in England. There is indeed a reality to South Africa that doesn’t always taste like condensed milk and filter coffee, and that includes us Afrikaners.
Enjoy the rest of the week and remember: Never say die!
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