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“Interest” - The Supreme Court Of Appeal’s Interpretation

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Ronald in officeRonald Bownes - Founder of DreamWorker

Tania and I were given the opportunity to rebuild an NGO based in Hout Bay that was placed to help the unemployed find work. After successfully rebranding and rebuilding the business model over 2 years, provincial government asked us to create similar services in the greater Peninsula. Thus DreamWorker was born and became the wonderful vehicle through which we could pursue our lifelong dream of helping communities empower themselves.

My desire has been to grow the DreamWorker brand across South Africa and build a prosperity consciousness across the nation. To-date DreamWorker has helped over 21 000 unemployed people, facilitated over 3,1 million days of work which has put over R94 million worth of wages back into the hands of the previously unemployed. Nine years later we believe we have only just begun.

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