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PHOTO: suppliedDr Ncamisile Vertuin.
PHOTO: suppliedDr Ncamisile Vertuin.

FOUNDER of a non-profit organisation, Proudly Able, Dr Ncamisile Vertuin from KwaMachibisa says she wants to inspire other people who are living with disability to stand up and follow their dreams instead of waiting for government.

Vertuin was recently honoured with Doctorate degree by New Hope School of Theology, for her outstanding work that she does for the community through her organisation.

Her organisation which was established in 2016 with the aim to empower and give confidence to people living with disabilities.

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