Siya Kolisi donates masks and supplies in fight against coronavirus

Siya Kolisi donates masks and supplies in fight against coronavirus

- Siya Kolisi was lauded by the Eastern Cape Department of Health for his incredible donation

- The Springbok captain was credited with donating 1 000 masks, 2 000 litres of sanitiser, 500 facial visors, and 50ml of hand sanitiser

- The donation will assist Livingstone Hospital in the battle to curb Covid-19

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World Cup winner Siya Kolisi has come to the aid of the Eastern Cape Department of Health and was praised for his phenomenal assistance.

Kolisi made a wonderful donation to Livingstone Hospital, which will help them in the fight against the dreaded coronavirus.

The Springbok captain donated 1 000 masks, 2 000 litres of sanitiser, 500 facial visors, and 50ml of hand sanitiser.

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The department paid tribute to Kolisi in a touching Facebook post on Tuesday.

The post included an important message to all South Africans:

"The donation is yet another indication that if we work together as government, sportsmen and women, religious leaders, businesses, traditional leaders, civil society, NPOs and NGOs, and communities, we will win the fight against the coronavirus."

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Briefly.co.za noted that the post attracted some positive comments from appreciative South Africans.

Vuyelwa Kondlo said,

"Thank u Mr Kolisi 4 the donation, May God Almighty bless u, uThixo makakubuke usebenzile."

Jenny Hahn added,

"What a wonderful thing you have done for our community. May God bless you. Thank you so much for doing this."

Sandra Lyn Parsons responded,

"Thank u Siya. May God Bless u even more."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Wits University is producing hundreds of face shields to assist in the battle against Covid-19.

The university would like to step up their production, but is calling on the public for donations.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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