80 disadvantage learners receive toiletries

PIENAAR – A total of 80 learners from Bongani Primary School  coming from disadvantaged backgrounds received toiletries from Keep Our Kids Clean organisation.

The toiletries included toothpastes, toothbrushes and bath soaps.

The founder of the organisation, Mr Sibusiso Malatjie told Mpumalanga News this school is the third one to benefit from this initiative around in the area  the first two were Tiga and Shishila primary schools.

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“We have managed to get the toiletries from Boxer.This initiative is a caring and encouraging gesture and is not going to be a once-off project, but will continue to other schools,” Malatjie stated

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