- Shauwn Mkhize is building 20 houses for the needy and has already completed one house for a child
- The socialite took to social media to share that she's helping those who are less fortunate by building shelter
- Shauwn Mkhize is celebrating 20 years in the construction industry and is happy to offer assistance
Mzansi socialite Shauwn Mkhize is in the process of building houses for the needy and is happy to help. She has already completed one house. Shauwn took to social media to share that she's making this move to celebrate 20 years in the construction industry.
Shauwn Mkhize collaborated with SABC 1 and the Department of Correctional Services to make this possible. She captioned her post with the following:
"When we got there I was really impressed at the level of workmanship shown by the inmates and I have committed to assisting them as part of their rehabilitation programme which focuses on skills, training and return to work strategies."
The reality television star and actress said that she believes everyone deserves a second chance at life. She also asked people to learn from their mistakes and do whatever it takes to become a better person.
Shauwn was approached by Expressions to assist a child who had just lost their mother. The child was in need of shelter and Mam'Mkhize did her best to provide.
"This will be one of the 20 houses I’ll be building. I think I can contribute and do something good for the poor child," said Shauwn.
Briefly News previously reported that Shauwn Mkhize celebrated 20 years in construction by helping others. Shauwn Mkhize has reached a significant milestone this year. The businesswoman has been a successful force in the construction industry for 20 years now.
Taking to social media to acknowledge and celebrate the occasion, Shauwn pledged to provide housing for 20 disadvantaged families by the end of the year. The announcement and her generosity left her followers impressed.
"Good morning guys. This year is a special year for me and my family. I celebrate 20 years in the construction industry. My son @Andilempisane10 turned 20 and funded over 20 students with their fees. It’s all about the 20s this year."
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