Destitute woman receives new house

KIMBERLEY – In December 2019 a 65-year-old woman, Sinah Lenoge of Seoding village outside of Kuruman, was left destitute after her house was demolished by strong winds and rain.

This unfortunate incident attracted the attention of the Seoding ‘Brave Watches’ as they teamed up and came to the rescue the elderly woman.

The ‘Brave Watches’ approached various businesses for donations to better and improve the living conditions of the Lenoge family.

Starting from 30 April 2020 the “Brave Watches” were working tirelessly building the house for the Lenoge family.

On Friday, 8 May 2020 a newly built house was handed over to the Lenoge family. The appreciation and gratitude was clearly displayed by the Lenoge family.

During the handing over of this house the John Taolo Gaetsewe Cluster Commander, Major General Johan Bean, Mothibistad SAPS Station Commander, Colonel Didimalang Moetsi, businesses and structures who contributed various donations, were in attendance.

The John Taolo Gaetsewe Cluster Commander, Major General Bean called upon all structures, NGOs, CBOs and the community to support one another in a time of need like the Lenoge family in Seoding. “In unity lies the strength”, said Major General Bean.

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