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To the matriculants: Let your works speak for you and define you, not your words By Robertta Mutimbiri Good afternoon, Ladies and Gentlemen, esteemed guests, the Ambassador Hamadziripi, Honourable Chief Charumbira and Consul-General of Zimbabwe Ms Chaurura, Group Executive Chairman Mr Matsika, Zororo-Phumulani members of staff, and most of all, the young recipients of the laptops to be handed out this week. We - as Zororo Phumulani - are handing out the 2021 edition of the laptop give-away on three venues at the same time - in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. There can never be a better way to spend an afternoon than to be at a gathering where young people –today’s youths and tomorrow’s front runners and leaders – are to receive rewards for their hard work and outstanding performance. If anyone amongst you knows something that could beat this Friday afternoon feeling, please correct me now while I am still standing in front of you. First I want to say, at the expense of stating the obvious, that when a private company chooses to channel its corporate social investment money in the direction of promising young graduates of the schooling system, it is scoring a double triumph.