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Twelve finalists were chosen from these 36 community workers working in agriculture, youth development, health, education and crime prevention. They will be announced on Motswako on SABC2 later this month.
l Gauteng - Maria Manoto of Emthonjeni Awareness Centre, Sabina Khoza of Fair Deal Agricultural Training Centre, Reliance Ntombela of Evaton West Development Project and Sipho Ngwetsheni of Centre for Youth Development.
l KwaZulu-Natal - Kenneth Somelani Khayalethu Community Development Project, Thandi Masuku of Advent Hope Education and Community Development Centre, Mthokozi Mchunu of Ikungu Mathe Centre and Lindiwe Simelane of Impumelelo Support Group.
l Northern Cape - Maria Farmer of Dukanana Old Age and Health and Social Welfare Centre, Moses Madywaba of Alice Hospice, Sabelo Khaza of Good Hope Youth Farmers and Nosibongile Mabengwana of Masibamisane Project.
l North West - Anna Dichabe of Tirisano Service Club, Aaroon Kgobadi of Reitiretse Disabled People's Association, Stuart Nhlathi of Stuart Nhlathi Science, Engineering and Technology Institute and Gavin Bosman of Barendse Grique House Management and Cultural Revival Project.
l Limpopo - Leah Dlomu of Risima Community Project, Noriah Mabunda of Mdengeza Xizambhani Community Project, Mafemani Mabunda of Tingwazi Arts and Crafts Project and Motsilu Boima of Kopanang Community Project.
l Mpumalanga - Nozizwe Ngubeni of Women Against Women Abuse, Elizabeth Maziya of Siyakhula Hospice and Orphanage, Nonhlanhla Khoza of Teens in Action and Elphas Shongwe of Lima Mswati.
l Western Cape - Mabel Solani, Anne Siroky, Lindela Mjenxana and Youth Future Data.
l Free State - Nzamo Phahla of Lebese Dairy Project, Tlalane Mofokeng of Women Let's Work Together, Matsela Releteloane of Itekeng Disabled People's Project and Adrina Ramonotsi of Kgatelopele Project.