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SA's Ultimate Brand Ambassador plans to impove the state of Youth, Social and Economic Development
“South Africa’s Ultimate Brand Ambassador 2013 Myra Manganye says she plans to improve the state of Youth, Social and Economic development in South Africa”.
By: Stacey Roberts
"I intend to do this through different campaigns that my sponsors whishes to address to the Country and the Continent. I will achieve this by continuing to host National African Groom Entrepreneurs (NAGE) and Social Health Education (SHE) WALKS which are some of the programs that I ran as my action plans to win the SAUBA reality TV leadership competition, which through the competition I managed to uplift communities and I gave all the funds raised to the charities of my choice Mamelodi Bopelong Orphanage and Blossom Beauty Princess Foundation.
"Myra says participating in this leadership reality TV competition is the best decision I’ve ever done for myself and being crowned South Africa’s Ultimate Brand Ambassador 2013 is a cherry on top."
The 26-year-old is an IT Network Communication postgraduate student at Tshwane University of Technology.
Myra will soon be jet off to Europe for a European Access Network World Congress, where she will represent South Africa as a student ambassador and a young philanthropist in 2013.
This new author of Prepare to Learn, Release and Receive book also aims to promote the importance of education and starting original South African innovative businesses through the book.
Melissa Habbas - South Africa’s Ultimate Brand Ambassador 2013 Public Choice, a 23-year-old Technical Accountant graduate from the North West – Rustenburg was nominated to join Myra at the European Access Network World Congress.
Manganye and Habbas are expected to leave the country as soon as they finish the promotional book tour they co-wrote with the other runner ups that were part of the SAUBA leadership program. The book will be published at the end of September.