Bakwena walk for charity

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Bakwena ba Mogopa communities in Bethanie, Modikwe, Barseba, Makolokwe Villages in the North West Province hosts Bakwena Walk for Charity scheduled to take place on December 15 (Saturday) in Bethanie. 

To read the full story, read our 30 November 2018 issue.


Community Life changing project

Community life changing Project based in Lomanyaneng is a registered Non-Profit Organisation that provides nutritious cooked meals to the needy particularly the youth, unemployed community members and children from Monday to Friday at 12h00 to 13h00.
The centres liaises with many stakeholders to train and capacitate the beneficiaries with skills development and empowerment. The centre also assist community members with business registration, business plans development and social issues that they face in the community.
The centre will this next coming Monday on November 21 bring the National Youth Development Agency to empower the young of Lomanyaneng. For further information contact Hazel Williams 083871800 or Jannie Roman on 0746060132.

A clean city, a clean environment in Mahikeng

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: Motse Moshate Informal Traders Association (MMITA) together with Chuck Dee foundation and Mahikeng Concerned Residents held a successful clean-up on October 10 by collecting waste and cleaning the streets of the Mahikeng CBD in order to restore the town’s status of the CBD.  Cleaners were awarded with certificates after the cleaning campaign.

To read the full story, read our 26 October 2018 issue.


Penny’s efforts to help the poor

Unathi Community Orphans Home located in Mocoseng Village near Mafikeng received   groceries donated by Pick n Pay supermarket in Mmabatho through the efforts of the famous Penny Mtekeza last week. The donation was part of the supermarket’s social responsibility programme for vulnerable children. The Orphans Home cooks for children who come from poor backgrounds  and have no source of income  for  the family. Children are given meals on a daily basis in the morning and afternoon. The meals come in handy for the families whose children often go to school without food and even go to bed with no proper feeding.