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While the country and the world battle the grip of Covid-19 and the desolation it brought to the most destitute of communities, Mahlasedi Foundation has risen to the challenge. The Foundation’s feeding initiative is distributing 30 000 food parcels, valued at approximately R30million, in Olievenhoutbosch in Centurion, Gauteng, over the next few weeks.“When we started tagging the homes, we realised the extend of the need in this community. The poverty is extreme and the people are desperate for relief. Many households share homes, with some of the tiny properties providing shelter for up to twelve families,” said Pretorius.He went on to say that Pretorius the Foundation has been working in this and many other similar communities in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape for over 20 years and more recently expanded into the Limpopo province.
They have pledged their continued involvement and support to the people they serve through their projects.

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