In the face of adversity, Tenacity is the means to success!


The tough wily little warthog is revered in Africa as a symbol of strength.
This is evident in the Zulu name for it ‘Ndlovu-Dawana’ which means small elephant.
Being part of the big cats food chain, the family orientated warthog needs to be tough, tenacious and wily to survive the rigours of the bushveld.
Whilst being as ugly as sin, they have an endearing quality of cuteness which belies their ability to survive in extreme conditions.
It is this tenacity not only to survive, but indeed to thrive that is most inspirational and serves as a constant reminder to never give up.

The Tenacity of the warthog is its means of survival and ultimately its Success!


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