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MOT Celebrates 10 Years in SA

Thank you for celebrating 10 magical years of MOT in South Africa with us!

On Friday, 9 March 2018, MOT South Africa painted the town red & black at the MOT Enthusiasts’ Gathering held at Ratanga Junction, Century City. It was a celebration of 10 years of MOT and youth development in South Africa.

Our guests were treated to beautiful singing performances, great speakers and sincere and heart-warming feedback from our Young MOTivators and MOT coaches. Special guests, MOT SA funders, leadership and management from all MOT countries as well as the founders of MOT, were in attendance.

Young MOTivator, Aurelio Jao’o welcomed the esteemed guests with a beautiful poem about courage and MOT Brand Ambassador, Carl Wastie followed with an inspirational talk about his personal challenges and triumphs displaying what personal mastery means to him, “Personal mastery is about having the courage to be who you real are and overcoming all obstacles in your way”.

Our youth ran the on-stage programme and proved that youth use MOT in their own way. MOT youth have fully embraced the MOT values and philosophy, using it to positively influence others and drive positive change in their school/college environments and in the greater society.

Our brave Young MOTivators told guests their life stories and spoke about how MOT changed their lives and taught them the importance of having courage to be who you are despite your upbringing and daily challenges.

Thank you to our amazing MOT Ambassadors for your contribution and inspiration, Simon Ekin, Carl Wastie, Ayanda Dlamini and our soulful singer/songwriter Janice.

Thank you to our courageous youth for sharing your personal stories and MOT journey with us and a big thank you to our passionate and dedicated MOT coaches for sharing their best practices. We truly appreciate your time and efforts.

We are so proud of all of you for being courageous role models and leaders in society.

#Courage2Conquer

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