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Robin van Wyk, a former Crystal Meth addict, has been transformed into a force for the greater good at Hands of Honour. (more…)
From drug addict with a chronic Crystal Meth addiction (TIK) to Environmental Agent. Verne has completed the year-long Youth Environmental Program with the Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa. He is very active in educating the community about sustainable living.