A day after assuming the chairmanship of the African Union, the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, His Excellency Abdelfattah El-Sisi Awarded Stacey Fru with her first International Award in March 2019 in Aswan, Egypt.
Stacey was the youngest of 12 Promising Youths from Arab and Africa who were awarded during the Arab Africa Youth Platform 2019; a World Youth Forum initiative; first of its kind hosted under the auspices of the President in Egypt.
Stacey is recognised for her laudable effort in working towards inspiring many, for being a Bestselling Multiple Award-Winning Child Author of 3 books, a Philanthropist, Activist and a Public Speaker. Through her foundation, Stacey gives to underprivileged and inaccessible children in forms of books, clothing, computers, foods, learning sessions, etc. Stacey is also the Custodian of the first ever AfrICAN Children of the Year Awards hosted every 1st Saturday of November in Johannesburg. Among her many educational projects, Stacey uses her online television channel, @CTVSA to educate children and adults alike about the African continent and the world.
. Stacey was a guest speaker at Royalty Princess Camp on the 25th and 26th of February 2017.
· Stacey was a Guest Speaker at NISAA Institute for Women’s Development 22nd Annual General Meeting on the 7th of Dec. 2016.
· Stacey launched her 2nd book “Bob and the Snake on the 20th of November 2016 in Linksfield, Johannesburg
· Stacey gave a talk at “The Christian Women Entrepreneurs’ Network of Africa (CWENA) 4th Annual Business Inspirations Conference” on the 11th of November 2016
· Stacey was a guest speaker at the Mvelaphanda Skills Development Training Centre on the 5thof November 2016
· Stacey launched her 2nd book at Profound Conference Centre on the 18th of October 2016.
· Stacey was a guest speaker at Mohau Centre in Pretoria on the 24th of September 2016.
· Stacey launched her 2nd book on the 17th of September 2016 at Skoobs Books Theatre.
2019, “African Child Award for Creative Writing and Social Impact.” By Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (PALEDEC) in partnership with International Human Rights Commission - Accra Ghana
2019, South African Hero’s Award.
2019, Youngest Winner, World Youth Forum’s Most Influential and Promising Young person in Arab and Africa. Award bestowed by the President of Egypt and Chairman of AU, His Excellency Abdel Fattah El-Sisi during the Arab-Africa Youth Platform.
2019, Spar Hero of the week
2018, Youngest winner at the Vita Basadi Awards in the Young Dignitary Category, awarded by the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, under the auspices of the Speaker, Mme Ntombi Lentheng Mekgwe.
2018, Literacy Ambassador, Park Primary School.
2018, Youngest Winner, Fountain Category at the Valhalla Arts IBHUKU Awards that recognised 10 most influential women in the literary scenes of South Africa (Yes! She is a woman).
2018, Runner up Young Leader for her leading motivational and inspirational roles, East Wave Radio Nelson Mandela International Community Day Leadership Award.
2018, Brand South Africa Play-Your-Part Ambassador.
2018, Youngest Winner, Category of Skills Development and Education, “Gauteng Premier’s 2nd Youth Excellence in Service Awards 2018;” an emotional occasion where Premier David Makhura announced her as a Special Guest, gave her an open ovation and lifted her to the crowd.
2018, Finalist, “Gauteng Premier’s Women of Excellence Awards” Girl Child Category.
2017, Youngest Save The Children South Africa’s Brand Ambassador.
2017, Youngest Runner-up, Vita Basadi Awards, Young Dignitary Category.
2017, Runner-up Education Category, East Wave Radio Nelson Mandela International Community Day Leadership Award.
2016, LeadSA Hero of the Month in November.
2016, Youngest Mail and Guardian Top 200 Young Most Influential South Africans.
2016, Youngest Founding Member of the Wits University Centre for Multilingual Education and Literacy.
2016, Youngest Winner ‘Academic Achievements and Initiatives’ and
2016, Youngest Winner ‘Young Leader for her leading motivational and inspirational roles’, East Wave Radio Nelson Mandela International Community Day Leadership Award.
2016, Youngest Winner, ‘Smelly Cats’ was National Development Agency (NDA) ‘Best Early Childhood Development (ECD) Publication 2015: Special Mention Category’, prize donated by UNICEF.
Thank you always for giving Stacey a chance to Blossom.
Stacey’s fingers do not seem to pause. She has Awards winning chapter books. Her third book ‘Smelly Cats on Vacation’ was published in 2018. And she will be releasing her 4th and 5th books in 2019. Feed your curiosity now in this site …