Bolelang Rakeepile
Bolelang Rakeepile
Cape Town, South Africa
ICT Consultant, Social Change, The Venus Project
JOINED: 5 years ago
HONORS:
1

LAST 12 MONTHS: 0
AWARDED: 17
LAST ACTIVE: 4 months ago



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Honors Received
Lubabalo Ngxukuma (sparks) ⊙1
[P7.2018.27] 10/07/2018
I would love to honor this gentlemen for the amazing work of introducing and educating myself and others about the TVP (The Venus Project), an organisation that advocates for a Resource Based Economy. Bolelang has been patient with his approach to people about TVP, and that has added so much value in my day to day interactions.
Honors Awarded
Andy Chaleff ⊙1
[P7.2020.28] 15/07/2020
Andy, thank you for creating your story in a way that it is inspirational and giving life-lessons that are practical in our everyday life. Thank you for the universal, unconditional love. Your two books, The Last Letter: Embracing Pain to Create a Meaningful Life, and The Wounded Healer: A Journey in Radical Self-Love cover that story in a captivating and amazing way.
Nyaniso Dzedze (The Wizard of Art) ⊙2
[P7.2020.21] 25/05/2020
Nyaniso started a forum, Vela Tata, where men can freely express themselves in a safe space, irrespective of their demographics. When it started I had my doubts about us men being able to do such a thing as a group, however, with time I have seen how we appreciated that space and changing the stereotype of us being emotionally absent in our lives. Men can and do have a love for one another. Thank you for your example.
Isaac Hatungimana ⊙1
[P7.2019.47] 25/11/2019
Isaac Hatungimana's love for humanity prompted him to start with great enthusiasm, spreading news through WhatsApp, when he learned about Resource Based Economy as advocated by The Venus Project. He had the initiative to do it without prompting, educating himself and passing what he learnt to others he knew in Burundi.
Siyamthanda Kolisi (Siya) ⊙1
[P7.2019.43] 02/11/2019
Even in your glory of captaining a winning team, what you remembered are the people in taverns, shebeens, farms, the homeless and those in rural areas.
Clive Dobson ⊙1
[P7.2019.40] 08/10/2019
For your interest in messages that can change the world for a better place. For liking them whenever they are posted and sharing them with others.
marcellino Jonas (Marcie (English); Lienou (Afrikaans)) ⊙1
[P7.2018.28] 15/07/2018
Marcellino is so enthusiastic about the success of the resource based economy (RBE) as advocated by The Venus Project. He always checks what is happening and wants to know how he can be of assistance. He shares status updates with others on his profile. Keep on it brother.
Gabrielle Andrew ⊙1
[P7.2018.22] 08/06/2018
I honor Gabrielle Andrew for her tireless work in establishing the Camino in South Africa. It is not an easy job and needs someone with a vision and tenacity to see it materializing.
Nosiphiwo Sam (Spich) ⊙1
[P7.2018.21] 02/06/2018
You are supportive in times of need. As a family, we have felt it and highly appreciate it. Thank you.
Deon Grobler ⊙1
[P7.2018.20] 24/05/2018
Deon is relentlessly supporting the social change efforts that are so necessary to bring about a better economy to our world. His social network accounts are proof of that determination he has. His The Venus Project and other posts are a good catalyst for changing thoughts of society for the better. As TVP Support South Africa point of contact, I thank him for his support.
Phumla Yebe (Nhonhu) ⊙1
[P7.2018.19] 17/05/2018
For being such a supportive partner in bright and dark times. For your love and caring. For your maternal affection.
Mxolisi Mashiloane (Mxoza) ⊙1
[P7.2018.18] 06/05/2018
Mxolisi has been honest with society in matters that they rather avoid discussing because they touch their deep-rooted beliefs. This spans different areas of life, be it finance, relationships, religion, culture, politics etc. He will talk about the issue and not just take sides on arguments. Society needs such change agents in order for it to be self-conscious.
Sinazo Peter (Matyhopho) ⊙1
[P7.2018.17] 29/04/2018
Sinazo is an amazing person. She lays bare her vulnerability, then when all are aware of it they start rallying around her to deal with the challenge. They are aware that it is not just her challenge but our challenge as the community. They notice that she never just spoke for herself but also for those who have not found their voices. She helps people to find their own voices. I have had an experience of witnessing her deal with absent fathers, gifting children from poor communities and tuberculosis (TB). All her work does not make her forget the beautiful woman she is. She carries her beauty gracefully and makes it looks like an effortless activity.
Themba Mkhangeli ⊙1
[P7.2018.16] 22/04/2018
For your tenacity in developing your art form and patience in letting others know about it. You have a bright artistic future ahead of you.
Jacque Fresco ⊙110
[P7.2016.50] 14/12/2016
Jacque dedicated his life on bettering all the world's population life without expecting something in return.
Mpumelelo Majikijela (Ray) ⊙1
[P7.2015.43] 28/10/2015
For making a positive change of his life and making the better of it.
Ntsoaki Nhlapo (Blarbie) ⊙1
[P7.2015.42] 20/10/2015
For daring to be different, even though that might not be a favourable thing to do for the community around you. For speaking up when the need for so doing arises. For being a mouth of the silenced, for fighting stereotypes that are so prevalent in our society. For educating where ignorance has taken hold, and bringing knowledge that helps many.
Lubabalo Ngxukuma (sparks) ⊙1
[P7.2015.41] 15/10/2015
Lubabalo made a huge change in his life in order to serve people. He chose the unpopular route to those of his peers. He has taken along some with him in this journey, with visibly positive results from others of them. Life is good and it will be enjoyed with others. Lubabalo knows and lives by that.