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Jacqui Marais

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Jacqui joined the Londolozi team in December 2007 as a camp manager, a role which she more than ably filled for the next 3 years, before departing for Johannesburg in 2010. Little did she know that over a decade after joining the organization, ...

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Byron
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Fantastic Jax! Hopefully we all take a little something from this story, and give back to those that go out of their way for us! True friendship should be appreciated for ever!!

Jeff Carter
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Cry Sithole – yet one more person who represents the very essence of Londolozi. It is my belief that many of us return to Londoz primarily because of the extraordinary people who are involved with and who work at Londolozi, who ultimately make it the very special place that it is. And just reading many of the various blog comments would, I think, confirm my belief. Adam mentioned in an earlier blog entitled “My friend Solly” of a presentation that Alex van den Heever and Renias Mhlongo give called “The Power of Relationships”. I would recommend that anyone who possibly can should try and see their wonderful presentation – if we could all just “walk in the other’s shoes” as they suggest in their presentation, the world would be a much better place. And there is little doubt that the essential philosophy behind Alex and Renias’ talk is clearly in abundance at Londoz.

John Pileggi
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I often tell friends and family that Londolozi is a place they would battle to dream about. I talk about all the amazing things….which is pretty much everything. One of the many things I always mention is Cry. Having dinner just isn’t the same without Cry.

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