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Sibaya Community Trust helps build a custom made fully functional soup kitchen

Sibaya Community Trust invested R400 000 to build a custom made fully functional Soup Kitchen in Umgababa that would serve over 500 of the most vulnerable people within this community.

It is indeed a blessing to save people from the discomfort of hunger said Mr Vivian Reddy, the Chairman of Sibaya Community Trust.

We have spent huge amounts of money in the help to fight hunger with the distribution of food hampers into various deep rural areas and the recent building of the Food for Life Kitchen in Newlands from where over 12,000 plates of meals will be served to the vulnerable in Kwamashu, Newlands and surrounding areas, added Reddy

The fight against hunger is crucial, it helps reduce crime arising out of starvation. We challenge other corporates to do the same in vulnerable communities of their choice to help eradicate this suffering said Reddy.

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