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aQuellé mineral water, owned by the KwaSizabantu Mission, sponsors the annual Midmar Mile swimming event at Howick.
aQuellé mineral water, owned by the KwaSizabantu Mission, sponsors the annual Midmar Mile swimming event at Howick.
Ian Carbutt

Organisers of the aQuellé Midmar Mile sporting event say while they condemn criminal activity, they are also cognisant of the "positive impact that aQuellé as a brand and a sponsor has had on the sporting industry".

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