Tsholofelo Tabane Kgole gives Back to Mmametlhake Community

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Tsholofelo Tabane Kgole from Mmametlhake ploughs back to her community by helping the needy at the time when the world at large observes lockdown amid the pandemic that has claimed innocent lives across the globe.

Adhering to President Matamela Ramaphosa’s call for everyone to remain behind closed doors in an attempt to curb the spread of a novel Covid-19, the regulations have also widened the gap between the haves and the have nots, the rich and the poor.

Self-employed Tsholofelo Tabane Kgole responded to the call made by the president for people join hands and stay united during this tough time by identifying some of the poor families within the community who would’ve died of hunger rather Covid-19.

Speaking to her earlier today she said while it is important to remain behind closed doors as instructed by government, it is equally important to think of those who are less fortunate and do not know where the next meal might or will come from.

“I grew up in Mmametlhake and I know lot of families that have been struggling way before this lockdown and they were forced to make plans so they can come up with a meal to eat for that time, so now you can’t even begin to imagine the strain they are going through now taking in consideration that no one is allowed to be outside”

“I started a nonprofit organisation (Kaabo Foundation) last year with my mother and my helper to address issues such poverty, especially youth unemployment, supporting orphans and youth based activities.”

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Tsholofelo is a self-employed woman and founder of a 100% black woman owned construction, logistics and shuttle company named PureDrive Holdings.

“I am grateful for the support that I have been receiving so far from my partners who have been amazing and selfless”

She said she has covered over 60 families at the moment and appealing to anyone who would like to help so they reach more families to get in contact.

“Whatever it is you would like to donate, it could be money to buy these food parcels or themselves that would be deeply appreciated”

For more info Facebook :Kaabo Foundation

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