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Sunday the 24th of July is the 702 Walk The Talk 2016. I have seen far too many young men and women’s lives go to waste while they battle drug addiction. They have become absent children, siblings and parents. I have seen it up close.

My own cousin is a recovering Nyaope user. This year, I’m walking for drug abuse prevention. I’m walking to prevent other young people from becoming victims of this torture.

For everyone who’s been written off by their families and communities, and for their families not to give up on them. What are you walking for? The 702 Walk The Talk 2016. Enter now at walkthetalk.co.za.


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