Me & My Icon - 10 Finalists

Congratulations to the 10 finalists in the #meandmyicon selfie competition. Each and every one of these entrants will walk away with an awesome prize – including the grand prize of a swish, sleek Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The final draw takes place tomorrow, so watch this space!
Mafika Jerry Mkize - "Thank you Mr.Singh for Leading SA!"

Mafika Jerry Mkize - "Thank you Mr.Singh for Leading SA!"

Natassja Richards - "A true Icon who fought for freedom through his pictures capturing the scars of the Apartheid and has inspired me to capture the beauty of EQUALITY."

Natassja Richards - "A true Icon who fought for freedom through his pictures capturing the scars of the Apartheid and has inspired me to capture the beauty of EQUALITY."

Patrick Ndou - "Shoot! Shoot me with a gun, I will bleed and die. Shoot me with a camera, my images will remain with you long after my death."

Patrick Ndou - "Shoot! Shoot me with a gun, I will bleed and die. Shoot me with a camera, my images will remain with you long after my death."

Herman Mabelebele - "To poison a nation, poison its stories. Beware of storytellers who are not fully conscious of the importance of their gifts and who are irresponsible in the application of their art"-Ben Okri

Herman Mabelebele - "To poison a nation, poison its stories. Beware of storytellers who are not fully conscious of the importance of their gifts and who are irresponsible in the application of their art"-Ben Okri

Neo Sematlane - "More than 20 years of excellent story telling! In the words of Nelson Mandela- '... A man of tremendous ability'. Keep doing what you do best Mr Anant Singh. "

Neo Sematlane - "More than 20 years of excellent story telling! In the words of Nelson Mandela- '... A man of tremendous ability'. Keep doing what you do best Mr Anant Singh. "

Ebenezer Baloyi - "Mr Singh - I honor you and your with a selfie beffiting of what your work represented. The setting- Apartheid Museum Pillars - because your work aimed and touched on the pillars that stand there- Democracy, Conversation, Diversity, Freedom, Respect, Responsibility..."

Ebenezer Baloyi - "Mr Singh - I honor you and your with a selfie beffiting of what your work represented. The setting- Apartheid Museum Pillars - because your work aimed and touched on the pillars that stand there- Democracy, Conversation, Diversity, Freedom, Respect, Responsibility..."

Wandi Mfaba - "Iqhawe lam,My Hero!"

Wandi Mfaba - "Iqhawe lam,My Hero!"

Charmy Hlatswayo - "Zanele Situ is a Worl Champ tha proves that ones's diasbility, one's physical limitations is NO Write-Off of ones's outstanding achievement.  #MyChampMyIcon"

Charmy Hlatswayo - "Zanele Situ is a Worl Champ tha proves that ones's diasbility, one's physical limitations is NO Write-Off of ones's outstanding achievement. #MyChampMyIcon"

Ryan Blanchard - "Dear Zanele, thank-you for inspiring me and many other South Africans by showing us that difficulty can be overcome with a positive attitude and hard work. Your story shows that South Africans are amazing and courageous people, who never give up. You make me proud to be South African."

Ryan Blanchard - "Dear Zanele, thank-you for inspiring me and many other South Africans by showing us that difficulty can be overcome with a positive attitude and hard work. Your story shows that South Africans are amazing and courageous people, who never give up. You make me proud to be South African."

Nompumelelo	Kubheka - "Although I had been trapped in a wheelchair for a few months after I had a stoke and was rejected by my husband who later divorced me. i never gave up. I got the ability to walk slowly by depending on a crutch and myself. and now I walk, those who don't know my story definately wont know what it took to get here. Never give up- keep moving! Thanks be to the South African doctors and Physiotherapists."

Nompumelelo Kubheka - "Although I had been trapped in a wheelchair for a few months after I had a stoke and was rejected by my husband who later divorced me. i never gave up. I got the ability to walk slowly by depending on a crutch and myself. and now I walk, those who don't know my story definately wont know what it took to get here. Never give up- keep moving! Thanks be to the South African doctors and Physiotherapists."

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