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Developers give back on Nelson Mandela International Day

24 July 2015

 
Klerksdorp – When Gloria Mokgothu’s shack in Klerksdorp’s Extension 12 (Jouberton) got destroyed twice by fire in 2012, she had to face the daunting task of rebuilding her home, a shack, from the debris.
Ben Bole, spokesperson of the North West Department of Local Government and Human Settlements, said little did she know that a few years later she would be the proud owner of a fully furnished five-room house which consists of two bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and bathroom with a toilet. 
Mokgothu (55) who is a mother of four, shares the house with her ill husband, Kenneth (54), whose pension is the family’s only source of income. The house was donated Saturday, 18 July, on Nelson Mandela International Day, by Masikhule Projects, as they joined in the rest of the world and heeded the clarion call for people to recognise their individual power to make an imprint by changing the lives ordinary people, as in the case of Mokgothu’s family.
An elated Mokgothu said her family no longer has to run for cover during windy and rainy seasons. “I have nothing but praises for Masikhule Projects for what they have done for me and my family and I wish them success in their business venture,” she said.
Collen Maine, MEC for Local Government and Human Settlements, appealed to other business people to also join hands with government in changing the lives of disadvantaged communities. “Government alone cannot reach out to each and every citizen. Those who are more fortunate must appreciate what they already have and plough back to their communities,” he said.
Major Nguphane, Chief Operating Officer of Masikhule Projects, encouraged other business people to invest in changing the lives of their communities.