Businessman helps hand Mamelodi locals who lost homes in floods

Businessman helps hand Mamelodi locals who lost homes in floods

Businessman, Collen Mashawana, recently visited the residents of Mamelodi after many were displaced due to recent floods.

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The Good Samaritan donated blankets and mattresses, promising to help the locals rebuild.

Collen's foundation made the donations and he promised to help the elderly with new homes. Pictures from the charity drive were shared on social media. According to the post, the displaced residents are being housed at the Mamelodi Baptist Church.

Social media users appreciated his amazing work.

Businessman helps hand Mamelodi locals who lost homes in floods

Source: Facebook/Collen Mashawana
Source: Facebook

Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Afribiz founder gifted several South Africans with new homes, including a 101-year-old man who had been waiting decades for an RDP house. The businessman, who is dating Thembi Seete, made good on yet another promise and gifted a disadvantaged 26-year-old woman with a house.

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Three months ago, Mashawana spent some time with the people of Rama City. The philanthropist sacrificed his big day to unveil a new healthcare centre that was built for the community.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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