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RTWN Sanitary Towels and Deodorants Campaign was launched in December 2015.
This campaign is aimed bringing back the confidence of girls and boys from disadvantaged background.
Why is this important?
This campaign helps to keep a girl child & boy child in school, to help them focus on
what’s more important and that is their studies.
I failed Grade 10!
This was the first time ever repeating a grade. The most painful part of that day was not because I failed, but because my mother had to come with me to school to get the report. While other parents were happy for their kids my mom kept calm.
I remember being in bed crying later that day, listening to my brother in the background saying: “She will never accept it, I know that she can never fail, I bet she’s going to ask for a remark”. That’s how much he believed in me
My message to you!
If you don’t focus, you will fail at some point.
If you don’t appreciate and respect the time and support you have around you today, tomorrow might be too late.
As you start your new term at school, remember that your parents are sacrificing a lot for you to get the best, often they try give you what they never had, value that!
I accepted my failure and used the pain I saw in my mother’s eyes as motivation to do better. I took my brothers words when he said, she will never fail! I realized that he believes in me enough to see me succeed.
Don’t wait until you fail, take my story and apply it in your life.
Our stories might not be the same but through our stories we can learn so much.
With the theme RED, BLACK & PINK Total South Africa started Women’s month with giving hope to those in need. Total SA identified a school in Mpumalanga that needed help with sanitary towels and cosmetics in general. As realtalkwithnthabi, we had the honor to witness the wonderful work done by the company and mostly women employees from Total SA.
Divided we fall, together we stand
This a quote that summarises the unity we witnessed at Total SA. All the Women from Total SA gathered in one place to pack gifts for the identified school. The items included sanitary towels, toothpaste and more.
Real Talk With Nthabi with the assistance of TOTAL SA’s sponsorship has donated sanitary towels to Bogatsu Primary School in Rustenburg. The School was represented by Principal, Kedisaletse Molokwane & Makole Letswalo, who is now one of the young ambassadors of Real Talk With Nthabi Foundation.