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Newsletter 29: It is good to give Thanks

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It’s Good to Give Thanks

The holiday season reminds us of how important it is to show love, care and appreciation to those around us – whether family, friends or colleagues.  One of my favourite quotes on gratitude is “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions.  The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for” – Zig Ziglar

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Africa Travel and Tourism Summit 2021

Even though there has been limited business activities, African Mamas was grateful to be invited to participate as part of the Sustainability Village at the Africa Travel and Tourism Summit 2021 in September.  This was a hybrid event organized by South African Tourism (SAT) and the National Department of Tourism (NDT) which took place at the Sandton Convention Centre, Durban ICC and Lagos.  To read more about the event visit Business Events Africa

.  View the subsequent Case Study we wrote on the importance of sustainable events as part of an initiative to build an inclusive economy.

Christmas Gifting

Rest and RejuvenationThis holiday season take time to rest, reflect, rejuvenate and restore.  Whether you opt for a garden picnic in your backyard, a road trip to restore your mind, or a lazy sunny day at the beach or local park – we have the perfect picnic basket to accompany you on your holiday adventure or travel getaway.  Visit our website to view our Legacy Picnic Basket Range.  Also, view our beautiful range of Christmas Decorations and ornaments (see 1st picture above) to add some festive cheer to your home.  
Wishing you a restful holiday season and a well-deserved break.
Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year.

Till next year, 

Nomaswazi Tinus
Founder & Director
African Mamas Crafts

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