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Growing the audience of Message of Hope Project

Growing the audience of Message of Hope Project

With the support of a very faithful sponsor, Pieter Ruthven from Ruwacon, it was possible to keep the book, Jesus Christ is not a joke, in print for the past 9 years. Due to his loyal support, we managed to distribute 3000 copies of the book, at no cost, to hospitals, doctors’ waiting rooms, prisons, rehabilitation centres and youth camps. We will never know how many hearts have been touched and changed by the faithfulness of one man and th ... Continue Reading »

Growing in wisdom and learning from each other

Growing in wisdom and learning from each other

In the past three months, Beudene Daycare has been privileged to have an influx of pre- and post-graduate nursing students. They helped in assisting and evaluating the learners at Beudene in order to develop a stimulation programme for them. Furthermore, they also contributed in sharing and exchanging their knowledge, experience and expertise with everyone at Beudene. The postgraduate students are nursing staff from the Psychiatric Complex ... Continue Reading »

Growing as entrepreneur

Growing as entrepreneur

Mamojaki Makhetha, the very first beneficiary of the Vegetable Tunnel project, is growing from strength to strength as an entrepreneur. Her business, Mohloding Market, started as being a beneficiary of a Spoudazo Vegetable tunnel project, sponsored by Raubex (Pty) Ltd, in a stage when there was still no electricity in Phase 7. With the proceeds of selling vegetables, she started a small grocery shop in her own yard. Since then, she became interes ... Continue Reading »

Vegetable growing with Project 12 in Mangaung Township

Vegetable growing with Project 12 in Mangaung Township

The continued support of Raubex (Pty) Ltd made it possible to have nine new vegetable tunnels setup during August 2018 at the homes of the less privileged in the township areas of Mangaung. Beneficiaries were selected by identifying yards that are neat and where vegetable crops are already grown by the owners. Tunnel structures were set up and seedling beds were prepared. Furthermore, 50 kg bags were filled with horse manure at a local horse farm ... Continue Reading »

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