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Intyatyambo Educare, Khayelitsha, Western Cape

Intyatyambo Educare hosts 120 children from the local Khayelitsha community every day – and they were crammed together, until David Geach from Geach Donaldson & Associates (GDA), along with Kagiso Asset Management and the Air France Foundation combined forces with Breadline Africa to provide a 60m2 prefabricated classroom for the Grade R children. The 30

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Shilo Day Care Centre, Balfour, Mpumalanga

Only an hours’ drive from Johannesburg, Balfour is a small gold mining and maize farming town in Mpumalanga, South Africa. The town has an interesting history. It was established in 1898 on farms belonging to Frederick Stuart McHattie. In 1905, the name was changed to Balfour in honour of the Prime Minister of Great Britain

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Thandulwazi Day Care Centre Handover of a 12m converted container divided into two classrooms – Wednesday 18 July 2018

The Hospitality Property Fund was the driving force behind the donation of a 12-metre converted shipping container that has been divided into two much-needed classrooms for Thandulwazi Day Care Centre in Orange Farm, Gauteng. There was great celebration at the opening event, which, fittingly, took place on Mandela Day–18 July 2018. Fikile Fikland started the

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Siyahluma Crèche and Aftercare, Handover of 60m2 Prefabricated Classroom, Kitchen & Toilets, 27 March 2018

On a warm, sunny autumn day in Zwelethemba Township, Worcester, Western Cape, Siyahluma Crèche and Aftercare were the beneficiaries of a 60m2 prefabricated classroom, a renovated container kitchen and a converted container toilet facility. The facility was established in 2013 and previously all 59 children were taught in one big church hall which proved to

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Athenkosi Educare and Aftercare, Classroom Handover, 16 February 2018

The children of Athenkosi Educare had a wonderful reason to celebrate when they opened the doors of their new, extra-large classroom facility for the first time on 16 February 2018. The principal, Ms Vuyelwa Skweza approached Breadline Africa when their registration with the Department of Social Development (DSD) had expired and could not be renewed

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