Message from DG Annemarie - 31 October 2020
 
As Rotarians we stay connected and engaged through joyful service. 
 
My highlight on a daily basis is to be connected through technology and in person with my network of TRUST, those sharing the same values of kindness and fairness. 
 
If we can continue to inspire and Open Opportunities for our current and future leaders, that makes the world meaningful – that will keep us connected and engaged.  Over the past 4 months you have shared your inspirational stories with me. You continue to make time in your diaries to connect and do good, recognise health heroes, work on Global Grants, and invite speakers and thought leaders to build the knowledge base within your clubs and our district – thank you!     
 
Studies have confirmed that pro-social people have inherent qualities that unite us: We have a stronger belief in a ‘just world’, we feel more socially responsible. That inherent desire to change the world for the better is far more important than the differences that might otherwise divide us.
 
Think about this: Only two percent of the human population can be called leaders in the measurable sense, it is their actions that impact on the rest of humanity. In their ranks, we include innovators, scientists, politicians, dictators, and yes, Rotarians.  So, we call ourselves, PEOPLE OF ACTION.
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From Left: PP Hans Mostert, DG Annemarie Mostert, RI President Holger Knaack and Susanne Knaack.
DG Annemarie and DGA Angela

WE ARE PEOPLE OF ACTION

Distinguished Service Award:
PDG Gregory Stathacopoulos
District 9400 congratulates PDG Greg on being awarded this prestigious accolade by the Rotary International Trustees. The Distinguished Service Award is presented to individuals in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments and exemplary service.
Greg was nominated for this award by PDG Annie Steijn while he was a member of the Benoni Rotary Club...
AFRICA CENTENNIAL 
The history of Rotary in Africa began with the Rotary Club of Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1921. In 1929, the Rotary Club of Cairo, Egypt, brought Rotary to north Africa and a year later, The Rotary Club of Nairobi was chartered in Kenya, east Africa.
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November is Rotary Foundation Month
In Memory
 
We remember our Rotarians who have been called to higher service
 
 
November is Rotary Foundation Month