“We are targeting the homes of the most vulnerable where there are unemployed parents, childheaded households, and the elderly who are supporting their grandchildren.”
Beneficiaries of food parcel donations
and those relying on informal jobs to get through this phase,” said Kgomo. “We are targeting the homes of the most vulnerable where there are unemployed parents, child-headed households and the elderly who are supporting their grandchildren.” LEDA’s CSI Specialist, Ms. Kholofelo Motlharo said there had been an upsurge in the number of calls from charity organizations seeking food relief. She said LEDA’s CSI programme was used as the mechanism to identify deserving beneficiaries for food relief in the communities.
During the handover of the food parcels in a small social distance event Motlharo said, “it is extremely humbling and gratifying to be able to give something back to the community under these difficult circumstances”. She added that, LEDA, as the provincial agency with specific programmes that are designed to achieve structural change in critical areas of the economy, “is commited to contribute substantively to poverty alleviation and addressing inequalities”.
VKB Milling said they are proud to be part of a process that is intended to help “our people. ”In these difficult times, we’re proud to join forces and play such a vital role in supporting people in need, especially during their period of isolation,” said the VKB rep. For more information: Please contact: Mthunzi Dlamini LEDA Interim Corporate Communications Manager. email@example.com
Magnifisan maize meal produced in Limpopo