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EpilepsySA FreeState
“Epilepsy South Africa promotes human rights and an inclusive society for persons with disabilities, primarily persons with epilepsy”
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Epilepsy SA Aug 11
When you become pregnant your doctor will want to check your seizure pattern and your level of seizure control. Some anti-epileptic drugs have been shown to be harmful to your unborn child, especially sodium valproate (Epilim)....
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EpilepsySA FreeState Aug 8
If you give a little love....
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Tekkie Tax Jul 29
“The two most powerful warriors are Patience and Time” Leo Tolstoy. Have a great Monday and week everyone and remember to Leave A Little Sparkle where ever you go!
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EpilepsySA FreeState Jul 18
Clicks Parys staff assisting in the kitchen of Epilepsy SA for 67 min before opening the store. Thanks Clicks Parys!!!
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Natalya Sally Jul 15
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Rotary Club of Parys Jul 12
Wear a smile! "Smiling doesn't always mean you're happy; sometimes it simply means you're strong." Marc and Angel Chernoff
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Rotary Club of Parys Jul 11
Look carefully into your soul before you challenge another's. "Those who can bear all can dare all." Luc de Clapiers
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EpilepsySA FreeState May 23
Replying to @Absa
Problems again with the banking app and online banking regarding verification.
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Rotary Club of Parys May 16
Make an impression! "Be so good they can't ignore you." Steve Martin
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Rotary Club of Parys May 13
Success begins with belief. "Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can." Richard Bach
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Tekkie Tax May 13
Only 9 working days before International Tekkie Tax Day on Friday, 25 May. Grab your sticker (R10) and shoelaces (R35) at any Toys R Us South Africa Babies "R" Us South Africa store.
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Babies R Us South Africa May 8
Don't forget to buy your shoelaces in-store to share your support with welfare organisations closest to your 💚! Leave A Little Sparkle & Wear Your Tekkies on International Tekkie Tax Day - Friday, 25 May.
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EpilepsySA FreeState May 9
Tekkie Tax Day is around the corner on 25 May 2018. Contact Epilepsy SA, Parys to get your stickers (R10) & Funcky Laces incl a sicker for only R35.00. Partner with us to help persons with disabilities! Tel: 056 811 5959 for more info
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Tim Kinser Apr 22
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Karen Beaven Apr 23
When you walk towards the sun the shadows will always be behind you. Here’s to focusing on light instead of darkness but still appreciating the space for both.
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Tekkie Tax Apr 20
Going....going....gone!! Only 4 days before the Black Tie & Tekkies event! Don't miss the opportunity to spend the evening with Rian van Heerden and Anna Davel. Book your tickets now!
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Tekkie Tax Apr 20
Only 25 working days before International Tekkie Tax Day on Friday, 25 May. Get your sticker (R10) and shoelaces (R35) at any Toys R Us South Africa or Babies "R" Us South Africa store.
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ReneeDeJongHartslief Apr 14
This is EXTRAORDINARY and wonderful for , and !Thank you Deon and TEAM for an incredibly successful Parys Arts Festival!! 🌹
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EpilepsySA FreeState Mar 29
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - Canadian singer Céline Marie Claudette Dion was born into a large family in Charlemagne, Quebec on 30 March 1968.
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EpilepsySA FreeState Mar 27
Celebrating 50 yrs with Epilepsy SA - Former English cricketer Nasser Hussain was born on 28 March 1968 in Madras, India. Hussain’s father introduced him to cricket and his family moved to England when he was a young child.
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