South Africans inspire at Citadel Inspiration Indaba

South Africa has a rich heritage of individuals whose stories have the power to inspire and humble, and too often they are left unheard. Last year, the inaugural Citadel Inspiration Indaba offered a platform for such home-grown success stories to be celebrated and shared.

This year's Inspiration Indaba was an even bigger success than the first, the event was an important moment to reflect on where South Africa is as a country at the moment. Paul and Mashudu reflect on the good stories that were shared at the Citadel Inspiration Indaba:


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