- This week, Collen Mashawana visited a 26-year-old from Tzaneen
- The lady was dubbed the poorest in the community and Mashawana was touched by her poor living conditions
- He has now vowed to gift the young woman a new house
Benevolent Afribiz owner, Collen Mashawana, has once again proved that he cares about the people of South Africa when he visited a 26-year-old from Tzaneen.
Mashawana revealed he and his partners paid a visit to Tebogo Makwala, who is disabled and has been living alone.
Makwala was named the poorest in her community by other residents and her poor living conditions touched the businessman's heart.
He took to social media to share a video of her living conditions. The footage showed Makwala living in a small dilapidated home without running water, plumbing or electricity.
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He captioned the post:
"26-years-old Tebogo Makwala from Tzaneen who was perceived by many as the poorest in her community will have keys to a new home in three days. Tebogo is disabled and has been living alone in an unsafe structure in Shikwambane Village for many years. We met her a few weeks ago and committed to change her life. #afribizhousingappeal #collenmashawanafoundation #tzaneen #vahvaconstruction."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported Mashawana previously made the dream come true for a 101-year-old man.
The madala, Boy Mohedo, waited more than 20 years for a RDP house and was finally able to sleep in a home with a proper roof thanks to Mashawana.
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