Everybody seemed to agree when Harry Chauke who represented mayor Joyce Bila at the official handover of the house to granny Kokwani Nwa George Nyanisi Chauke that it was one of the best built for people by the government.
The 5 roomed house handed over by the Collins Chabane municipality will ease the pressure on the family of 6 that was rendered homeless after their two roomed was recently gutted. “This is one of the best houses I have seen,” said Chauke.
He thanked Do-lite transport who built the house and Councillor Lazarus Baloyi who requested for donations after seeing the plight of the family.
The event was attended by various stakeholders.
Chauke praised Baloyi for having assisted the family.
He also praised the bus company for assisting the government by building the house.
“The government alone cannot win the battle against unemployment, inequality and poverty and it is fitting that the business community should come on board and be a partner in helping change the lives of our people,” said Chauke.
He said other businesses should emulate Do-lite and help the community in the spirit of Thumamina.