Who is Inspiring South Africans ?
Inspiring South Africans - I.S.A. was founded by Heather de Wit.
Says Heather : "I was 'called' to create I.S.A. and know this is part of my life's purpose and yes it is bigger than I !"
Africa is the solar plexus of the planet Earth and it needs to heal before the planet can move on and it's up to the People !
In addition, it was created to honor the belated and beloved Nelson Mandela - To keep Madiba's legacy and dream for South Africa and world alive.
The I.S.A. Tribe profiles carefully selected South Africans and global players who're all 'doing it' with purpose and focused on serving the People and all Living Things on the Planet !
Get to know The I.S.A. Tribe in our great Podcasts
Welcome to apply to join the I.S.A. Global Tribe here
What is the thinking behind the I.S.A. Logo ?
Connotation of the bridge = moving from one space to another ... in the mind.
The 'stick-men' - The Khoisan have deep ancestral roots in South Africa and parts of Africa and 'stick-men' in their Rock Art depicted 'getting to the spirit of the people'.
What is the connotation of the name Inspiring South Africans ?
Noun > individuals and organizations 'doing it'.
Verb > individuals and organizations, outside of South Africa, who are 'doing it' and serving us as a people.
Focused on Positive stories & Possibility
Sharing Greatness with the World
Honoring one another and our Work
Driving Madiba's dream for South Africa and the world forward is key and it's up to the people !
Tata Madiba left us with an ideal to live by and he showed the world how to live.
Madiba taught us many things ...
> Forgiveness > Love > Compassion > Grace > Strength
> Vision > Honor > Forgetting the Past > Collective Collaboration > The Freedom to be Authentic >To care about Children > To strive for : Justice, Freedom, Equality, Peace, Unity and Human Rights and much much more ... Thank you Tata !
South Africans have this unique slogan called Ubuntu, which is appropriate anywhere in the world. Let's continue to re-ignite it and keep it alive !
Ubuntu is expressed in Xhosa as :
' Umntu ngumntu ngabanye abantu '
In English it is expressed as :