Radio 2000 senior content producer, Douglas John Anderson, has been honoured with the Order of Baobab Silver, given by President Jacob Zuma at the National Orders Awards Ceremony held on Tuesday at the Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guest House.
Anderson, a former Radio 2000 presenter/DJ received the award for his excellent contribution to the upliftment of the lives of children and people with disabilities.
“You are only limited, by the limitations in the minds of others,” Anderson said.
National Orders are the highest awards South Africa bestows on its citizens and eminent foreign nationals who have contributed towards the advancement of democracy and who have made a significant impact on improving the lives of South Africans.
The Order of the Baobab, awarded at the National Orders, recognises South African citizens who have contributed to community service, business and economy, science, medicine and technological innovation.
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