I won’t give up – Paralysed and in pain, former tae kwon do star holds on to dreams

first_img MIRACLE There’s a lot that’s been said about the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, and Oshane Murray is living proof of what a person can overcome when the mind kicks into gear. The 23-year-old was on a clear path to achievement as a former Calabar High School student, attending the University of Technology (UTech) pursuing a degree in electrical engineering and representing Jamaica at international and local events in tae kwon do. His life changed on January 30, 2013, when, during a cheerleading routine at UTech, he slipped and fell. “It’s when I was trying to get up I realised that I couldn’t. I didn’t feel a thing. I was very calm and laughing. When I was trying to move, I couldn’t, and everyone was saying ‘Oshane, Oshane, get up now nuh’ and I said ‘I can’t move’ and they were like, ‘Oshane stop joking around’. Then the girls started screaming and there was chaos,” he recalled of that day. He was taken to the hospital, where he learned he had a broken vertebrae in his spine. “The doctors were saying I should be dead based on the X-Ray ;that it’s a miracle I’m a alive and conscious,” he told The Gleaner. After almost a year in hospital, Murray was released. He got an infection a few days before his release, but was deemed well enough to go home just before Christmas 2013. “When I first came home, it was problematic because nobody really knew how to react or how to address me being in this situation. Even though they were trying their best, sometimes them just trying just makes it worse,” Murray said. It was during this period Murray, who turns 24 in May, learned who his real friends were. They turned out to be his teammates, his classmates and some family members. He returned to classes at UTech in September 2015 through the assistance of his coach Jason McKay, who provided him with a driver as well as an assistant, who writes his notes during classes. Exams have proven a little challenging, but he is coping. “I do exams in a room by myself. I draw and I talk, but that’s a next headache in itself. Especially when I have to draw, it’s hard to describe how to draw stuff, especially when you’re doing a lot of calculation courses. Sometimes in the middle of the exams, I get dizzy spells (too).” The thing he said he misses most is the fact that he can no longer train as a martial artist. However, he has found a way to contribute and has returned to training, even if in a different capacity. “I just want to finish what I started … My goal is that I just want to be independent. I don’t know how long it will take, but I will. “I don’t know what’s pushing me but I just don’t want to give up. I don’t know what’s going to happen and that fear of not knowing is what’s pushing me forward,” he said.last_img read more

At 37, Venus Williams looking for a 6th Wimbledon title

first_imgView comments IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet MOST READ Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Muguruza, however, beat Serena to win the French Open title in 2016. And she’s expecting the same kind of atmosphere despite the unfamiliar opponent.“I don’t think it’s going to be different. A final is a final,” Muguruza said. “Only one’s going to win. … The racket has to talk.”Besides her experience on the court, Muguruza will also have some experience behind her off it. She has been working with 1994 Wimbledon champion Conchita Martinez recently.“I think she’s helping me to deal with the stress of the tournament, because it’s a long tournament,” Muguruza said. “So she just knows how to prepare, how to train, what to do.“Not that I’m doing something different, honestly. But to have her by my side gives me also this little confidence on having someone that has won before.”Williams and Muguruza have played each other four times before, and the American has won three of them. They have never before played on grass, though.“It’s good that she’s played her before, and that she’s beaten her. So she knows what’s to come,” Martinez said of Saturday’s match. “She just has to play tennis, and not worry about who’s favored or who isn’t favored. She needs to think about the next point and nothing else.”When Martinez won at Wimbledon for her only major, she beat 37-year-old Martina Navratilova in the final. Williams is the oldest Wimbledon finalist since then.Age, however, seems to be an advantage for Williams.“I think it’s wonderful to have the opportunity to play well and to be strong and have experience,” Williams said. “So I think experience can either work against you or for you. I like to think it’s working for me.” Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Venus Williams of the United States returns to Britain’s Johanna Konta during their Women’s Singles semifinal match on day nine at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London Thursday, July 13, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)LONDON — Even at 37 and with five Wimbledon titles to her name, Venus Williams still has that overwhelming desire to win.And she’s showing it again this year at the All England Club, where she will face Garbine Muguruza on Saturday in her ninth Wimbledon final.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextcenter_img Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend LATEST STORIES “I’m definitely in the position I want to be in,” Williams said. “It’s a long two weeks. Now, knocking on the door for a title. This is where I want to be.”Williams has quite a history at the grass-court major, winning her first Grand Slam title in London in 2000. The last of her seven majors came at the same place in 2008.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Shortly after that, in 2011, Williams announced she had Sjogren’s disease, an energy-sapping illness that also can cause joint pain. She missed some big tournaments, and made several early exits at the majors.But she has bounced back, playing some of her best tennis over the last 12 months. She reached the Wimbledon semifinals last year, and the Australian Open final this year. Dy: We don’t think of ourselves as reserves On Saturday, she’ll be playing for the Venus Rosewater Dish for the ninth time in her 20th Wimbledon appearance.“There’s still a lot to be done. I have one more match that I’d like to be the winner of,” Williams said. “I have to go out there and take it and play well.”The person on the other side of the net also has experience playing in the last weekend on Centre Court. The 23-year-old Muguruza played for the title in 2015, losing to Venus’ little sister, Serena Williams.Serena isn’t at Wimbledon this year because she is pregnant and taking the rest of the season off. But Venus will likely be checking in with her for some advice ahead of Saturday’s match.“Serena did play her in a final,” Venus said. “I definitely will ask her. I’m sure she’s going to give me hopefully some things that will make a difference for me in the match.”ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Paradelast_img read more

Convict charged again for stealing motorcycle

first_imgA man who previously spent 56 months in prison after being convicted for larceny on Monday appeared before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts, this time for allegedly stealing a motorcycle.Randy Joseph, 34, of Lot 24 Country Road, Buxton, East Coast Demerara, denied that on January 8, 2018 at Waterloo Street, Georgetown, he stole one motorcycle valued $245,000, property of Godfrey Abel.Police Prosecutor Dellon Sullivan objected to bail being granted to the accused based on the seriousness of the offence. He revealed that the Virtual Complainant (VC) went to Waterloo Street where he parked his motorcycle and went into a hotel.However, when he returned, his motorcycle was nowhere to be found. As such, the matter was reported to the Police.A number of days later, the defendant was stopped on the said motorcycle with registration number CJ 664 and he failed to provide the Police with the relevant documents.As such, he was taken to the Vigilance Police Station where he was charged with the offence.Magistrate Judy Latchman remanded the defendant to prison until January 29, 2018 when he would next appear in court.last_img read more

Klopp admits he has spoken to Gerrard about Anfield return

first_imgLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits he has spoken to Steven Gerrard about the prospect of him returning to Anfield – but not with a view to making a first-team comeback.The 35-year-old midfielder is currently in the Major League Soccer off-season following his summer move to the Los Angeles Galaxy.Gerrard had been told by former Reds manager Brendan Rodgers he could train at Melwood while he was back in the UK, and Klopp is happy to honour that promise.However, there has been no offer of a potential return to a playing role and, with Gerrard set to resume pre-season training in mid-January, there is no chance of a short-term loan, as the likes of David Beckham and Thierry Henry exploited during their time in the United States.“Stevie has a contract with LA Galaxy, he loves this club and he is a legend and when his contract has ended we can talk about different stuff,” said Klopp.“We will find for sure something for Stevie when he comes back and whatever he wants to do we will help him but not at this moment – we are in the middle of the season.“Do you think he should play at this moment or next year. No? Why did you ask me?“I spoke with Stevie; one phone call and a few messages and I told him ‘When you are here of course you can come whenever you want, you can train with us if you think it is good for you’.“Of course our doors are always open for him, that is clear. But nothing else.”The prospect of Liverpool buying back their former talisman, who has one year remaining on his Galaxy contract, seems equally remote.Gerrard himself has admitted he probably has only one year left of his playing career.“It could be my last season as a footballer. I certainly don’t want to feel like I’m feeling right now come next year,” he told reporters in America last week.“I’d love to go out on a high. It’s a long season, and I only came here for the last four months but I’ll certainly be better for the experience next year.”There does remain a chance, however, he could end up back at Liverpool on the backroom staff in some capacity in the future. Steven Gerrard 1last_img read more


first_imgPICTURE SPECIAL: Daltaí Choláiste Ailigh ag baint sult as an BT Eolaí Óg san RDS.   PICTURE SPECIAL: DALTAÍ CHOLÁISTE AILIGH AG BAINT SULT AS AN BT EOLAÍ ÓG SAN RDS was last modified: January 8th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BT Young ScientistColaiste Ailighexhibitionlast_img read more


first_imgA NEW partnership between the Irish Research Council and the European Space Agency (ESA) will give Irish science and engineering graduates a chance to make their mark in the field of space exploration.Details of the partnership were announced by Dr. Eucharia Meehan, Director of the Irish Research Council, and Jan Woerner, Director General of the ESA.Over the next five years, the ESA will host up to 10 Irish trainees in its centres across Europe, providing opportunities to work on projects covering topics such as human spaceflight, the launch and operation of unmanned exploration missions to other planets and the Moon, Earth observation, science and telecommunication, and designing launch vehicles. Holders of postgraduate qualifications in science and engineering will be able to apply for a place on the prestigious training programme through a competitive process run annually by the Irish Research Council.Successful applicants will receive a stipend from the Council to cover living and accommodation costs for the duration of the traineeship.All trainees will be assigned an ESA tutor to support, supervise and guide them throughout their traineeship.Announcing details of the partnership Dr. Eucharia Meehan, Director of the Irish Research Council, said: “This is a hugely exciting opportunity for science and engineering graduates. “The European Space Agency has responsibility for drawing up and implementing the European space programme. Its work is focused on finding out more about Earth, its immediate space environment, our solar system and the universe. It also develops satellite-based technologies and services, promotes European industries, and works closely with space organisations outside Europe.“Space exploration is one of the most thrilling and attractive sectors for science and engineering graduates. We are delighted to be embarking on this partnership, which will allow Irish graduates in these sectors to get involved in cutting-edge space research projects on the international stage.”Jan Woerner, Director General of the European Space Agency, remarked: “I am delighted to sign this traineeship agreement between the European Space Agency and the Irish Research Council.“Ireland is a committed and active participant in ESA activities, achieving economic benefits, innovation and growth through its membership. The agreement being signed today represents a further step in this strong relationship.“This agreement will provide opportunities for young men and women from the Irish R&D community to come to ESA sites around Europe and collaborate on exciting space projects and innovative technology developments with our experienced, top-class staff. We look forward to welcoming Irish trainees over the coming years.” Further information on the work of the Irish Research Council and the ESA is available at www.research.ie and http://www.esa.int/ESA.SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING GRADUATES OFFERED PLACES AT EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY was last modified: June 22nd, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:European Space Agencygraduatestraineeslast_img read more


first_imgTir Chonaill Gaels Club Notes:County Final:This Sunday our senior team make the short journey to Ruislip to compete in the championship final for the third year in succession. After last years disappointment the Gaels will be hoping to make amends with a battle against old foes Fulham Irish in what is sure to be a close affair.The game is starting at the later time of 5-30pm to allow everyone the opportunity to watch the All-Ireland semi final between Donegal and Dublin which takes place at 3-30pm on TV. The club kindly asks all of our members to come out in force as we attempt to reclaim the title last won in 2012, and for all of our past players and members living further a field you can watch the game live on the Irish channel on Sky191.Juniors: Our junior team bowed out of the championship last Saturday after another close affair with Thomas McCurtains in the semi final replay at Ruislip.Leading at the break by 0-6 to 0-5 against the breeze the young guns gave themselves every chance but the old saying is that goals win games.Two quick goals from the opposition midway through the 2nd half turned the game on its head, even though we responded with a Killian Butler goal it was not to be our day.The club would like to thank the team and management for their efforts throughout the season and hope they winter well to make a charge for next season.Final score TCG 1-10 TMC 2-10(late post, Fixture Sat 30th August @ G’ford 3pm, Home Grown Competition, TCG v Round Towers. Condolences:Dessie Quinn RIP:The club wish to offer former player Benny Quinn and his family our condolences following the untimely death of his brother Dessie on Thursday 21st August at his Donegal home.Dessie is survived by his parents Patsy and Angela, three sisters, eight brothers, partner and son. His funeral took place last Sunday 24th at Mountcharles, Co Donegal. May he rest in peace.Vintage Day:The ever popular London Irish Vintage Day returns to Berkeley Avenue this Sunday 31st August with the convoy leaving Cricklewood at 12 noon and arriving at Greenford 12.45pm. You can catch the Donegal v Dublin game on the big screens provided on the day and if you can’t make the county final why not watch it on TV at Greenford.Lottery:Lotto results for 21/08/14 Jackpot £2,650.Numbers drawn 7-8-15-17 No jackpot winners, £25 Lucky dip winners, Stevie Keane, Tommy Donohue c/o T O Connor, Wally Three Wishes, and C Campbell Luton.This week’s draw takes place on Thursday 28th August at the clubhouse with a jackpot of £2,700. Play online at www.tirchonaillgaels.comGAA NEWS: TIR CHONAILL GAELS FACE OLD FOES FULHAM IRISH IN CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL was last modified: August 25th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAANoticesSportTir Chonaill Gaelslast_img read more


first_imgTHE PARTNER of Malin Head man William McKeeney has told the trial of two men accused of killing him how she saw the fatal attack from the window of their Glasgow flat, but didn’t realise at first what was going on.Anne Marie Newlands, 48, had been waiting for William to return home when she became concerned about the behaviour of young Asian men.She told the High Court in Kilmarnock: “I was looking out for Willie, but the second time I looked out I thought they were breaking a piece of furniture. “They were kicking and stamping on something and they were both doing it.“I decided I would phone Willie and tell him to watch out because there were two boys and I didn’t like the look of them.”Asif Rehman, 20, and Adel Ishaq, 19, both deny the racially aggravated murder of Mr McKeeney, 57, in Pollokshields, Glasgow, in January.The Malin Head man had been living in Scotland, having moved there to get work.Ms Newlands the pair “sauntered around the corner” after the incident.She managed to stand on a trunk to get a better view out of the window and then realised the two men had been kicking a person.“I ran outside and saw it was Willie. He was very battered, and one side of his face was all swollen and his eye was closed. I thought his teeth had come through his top lip,” she said.Labourer William, who was Ms Newlands partner of 12 years, had visited two pubs before phoning her to say he was on his way home.Ms Newlands told the court: “I was panicking because no one else was there. 

I tried to speak to him, but realised he was not responding so I phoned 999.The recorded emergency call was played to the court.The controller could be heard talking Ms Newlands through mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, telling her:  “You’re doing really well. Stay strong for him.”William died later in hospital.Rehman and Ishaq deny the racially 
aggravated murder of Mr McKeeney.MURDER OF DONEGAL MAN: ‘I SAW MEN KICK HIM TO DEATH’ – PARTNER was last modified: October 5th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:MURDER OF DONEGAL MAN: ‘I SAW MEN KICK HIM TO DEATH’ – PARTNERlast_img read more

Cowboys limit Brahmas’ offense to 83 yards in shutout

first_imgCHINO — Normally, when you are penalized only once and don’t turn the ball over, it’s going to be a pretty good night. That was not the case for Diamond Bar on Thursday night however, as an impenetrable Chino defense, and the explosive R.J. Stanford and Ryan McFoy combined for a 41-0 Chino victory in a Sierra League opener on Thursday night at Chino High School. “We played very good defense. They’ve got a very good quarterback, and we got pressure on him,” Chino coach John Monger said. “Our offensive line played very well, too.” There wasn’t much to find fault with. Chino’s defense hurried Diamond Bar quarterback Jeff Jansen all night long, limiting the Brahmas to 83 yards of total offense and three first downs. — Pete Marshall can be reached at (909) 483-9362. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week It started from the game’s first series, when Jansen was sacked on the Brahmas’ first two plays from scrimmage, resulting in a third-and-22, which they could not convert into a first down. Each of Chino’s first 11 plays were runs to either running back Stanford or fullback Ryan Shawhan. The fifth play was the first of three Stanford touchdowns, a 14-yard run. The next six set up Chino’s unnecessary but effective passing game. The first of two Art Gracia touchdown passes, a beautiful 22-yard rainbow to Orlando Brazier gave the Cowboys a 14-0 lead. A Stanford 2-yard run in the final minute before the half gave the Cowboys (5-1 overall, 1-0 league) a 21-0 lead at the break. Chino turned on the afterburners in the third quarter, scoring three touchdowns in the first 4 1/2 minutes of the second half. Stanford scored on a 49-yard run, McFoy returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown and McFoy caught a short pass from Gracia and turned that into an 88-yard touchdown. last_img read more

Women are the best people to work in digital

first_imgThe future of learning and growth is digital, say speakers at the Standard Bank Top Women Conference. Its awards were also handed out, with the lifetime achievement going to Yvonne Chaka Chaka.Phuti Mahanyele, Dr Judy Dlamini and Margaret Hirsch are speakers at the Standard Bank Top Women Conference held on 16-17 August 2017. (Images: Melissa Javan)Melissa JavanWomen were naturally good at working in the digital sphere because they had empathy, delegates heard at the Standard Bank Top Women Conference.Elizabeth Lee Ming, executive director of strategy, digital and chief disruption officer at TBWA/ Africa, was a panellist on the topic “Disruptive digital, disruptive women”. She said digital was about communication. “We as women are good at it because we have high levels of empathy.”The conference was held on 16 and 17 August 2017 at Emperors Palace in Ekurhuleni.Since 2003, Top Women has been South Africa’s leading gender empowerment brand, celebrating visionary organisations – both public and private sector – that prioritise gender empowerment as integral to their strategy for growth and success, it claims. Top Women has a publication, awards, and the conference.Singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka received the Standard Bank Top Women Lifetime Achievement Award.@SBTOPWOMEN a Perfect Ending to a Phenomenal Conference #SBTopWoman pic.twitter.com/PgnlFreBMo— candice (@mizcandee) August 17, 2017Speakers at the conference included businesswomen Phuti Mahanyele, Margaret Hirsch and Dr Judy Dlamini, as well as Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams, deputy minister of telecommunications and postal services.Telecommunications and Postal Services Deputy Minister Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams says that when women thrive, so does the economy, speaking at the Standard Bank Top Women Conference held on 16-17 August 2017. It is important for women to tell their stories: “You are your own person, you are unique and you have your own strengths.”Disruptive digital, disruptive womenLee Ming said that although women were intimidated by technology, they were naturally good at all things digital. “Women should embrace digital. See it as something you can pursue,” she said. “Building a great brand is beyond building a brand for the company you work for, but also for yourself as a brand.”Jamie Whittaker, global chief digital officer at Barloworld Equipment, shared her sentiment. “Digital touches every part of the business. It’s the new way of doing business. One of the key things in digital is empathy.”He added: “Absolutely, women have a more mature sense of empathy. They are the key people for digital.”Whittaker said the key lessons he had learned in digital was that you must be willing to learn and be adaptable. Digital was not just the thing on your phone. “Digital is embracing new processes.”Jayshree Naidoo, the head of Standard Bank Incubator and interim chief executive officer of Feenix.org, said the future of learning and growth was digital. “We help entrepreneurs and some people may say it’s not digital, but we have to look at things like data analytics. We look at people’s behaviour (online). We try to make things relatable to people when they do not understand the space.”Professor Glenda Gray (left), the first women to lead the South African Medical Research Council and leader of the first clinical HIV vaccines trials in the country, says women have an obligation to give opportunities to other women, speaking at the Standard Bank Top Women Conference held on 16-17 August 2017. She is pictured with the moderator, Lullu Krugel, KPMG chief economist.Digital literacy a challengeFeenix.org, Naidoo explained, was a crowdfunding platform that helped to raise funds for students’ tertiary fees. In the past six months, it had raised R1.3-million and fully funded 27 students.However, by the end of the year there was still a R35-billion fees deficit, she said.Through Feenix.org, it had become apparent that literacy levels were extremely low regarding the use of digital platforms, said Naidoo. “A total of 400 students’ applications are live, but we had more than 1,000 students who started with the application. Their documents are not completed.”Many students relied on other students for computers. Through this, said Naidoo, they could use data to teach students to become more digitally literate, and also to find potential candidates for learning programmes relating to digital literacy.Jonathan Ayache, general manager of Uber South Africa, said when Uber was brought to Africa, it had to train people in the use of smart phones. “The level of digital literacy has increased. Today we don’t have to do the training.“There are incredibly passionate people here [in South Africa]. They are problem-solvers at heart and have ‘how are we going to make this happen’ attitudes.”The awardsSome of the winners announced on Twitter:A lovely evening at @SBTopWomen Awards! Entrepreneur of 2017 is Lynette Magasa – Boniswa Corp Solutions. Congratulates, Lynette! #SBTopWomen pic.twitter.com/xGntXDaVnI— Media Works (@mworksza) August 18, 2017#sbtopwomen Winner of the Diversity in the Workplace Award is @WesBank proudly sponsored by @STANLIB— #SBTopWomen (@SBTopWomen) August 17, 2017Proud of this achievement.. here is to all the women in @DiDataMEA https://t.co/FUzGoBHcWR— grant bodley (@BodleyGrant) August 18, 2017Thank you, we are so proud! #FightingCancer https://t.co/wHuCwGectF— CANSA (@CANSA) August 18, 2017#Ohwhatanight. #SBTopWomen The Gender-empowered #Business of the YEAR Award – sponsored by @StandardBankZA – BELONGS TO: @MicrosoftSA!!— #SBTopWomen (@SBTopWomen) August 17, 2017#SBTopWomen #Businesswoman of the YEAR, sponsored by @StandardBankZA, goes to … Dr Nombasa Tsengwa, @ExxaroResources Resources— #SBTopWomen (@SBTopWomen) August 17, 2017#sbtopwomen Top Woman in Construction: Revona Botha sponsored by Social Housing Regulatory Authority— #SBTopWomen (@SBTopWomen) August 17, 2017Sources: Standard Bank Top Women and Feenix.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? 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