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Let us introduce you to Nonhlanhla Joye, a 51-year-old farmer from Cato Manor, KwaZulu-Natal, who last year represented South Africa on the international stage, and won a local Elle Magazine Impact Award for her agricultural innovation. A qualified herbologist, Joye has spent her life empowering her community in a variety of ways. Before falling ill, she spent 10 years working for an NGO that fostered support groups for people who had experienced gender-based violence. This initiative quickly grew to encompass all people who were experiencing

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