Celebrate Life nominated by the South African Chamber of Commerce UK for an Innovation and Resilience Award

The Awards will be held in London at 7pm tonight, Wednesday 29th. Please hold fingers for us!”We are incredibly proud to be recognised for our innovation and sustainable business model, which helps the poorest communities in South Africa take a chance at running their own business,” says CEO Cherry Armstrong. “We have placed more than 40 Ubuntu Microbakery Ovens since the start of the COVID pandemic, training more than 150 bakers, and establishing strong ties with our marginalised communities, despite the immense challenges that COVID provided.”We would appreciate your support;

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