Donate food parcels for Phuthaditjaba Centre's Christmas party in Alexandra

Phuthaditjaba Centre in Alexandra is hosting a Christmas party for the elderly and disadvantaged children.

Linda Twala, the founder of the centre who has been serving his community and known for his philanthropy work in the impoverished township, wants listeners to help with the party.

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Twala joins Bongani Bingwa to give more insight into the type of help he and his organisation needs.

We would like listeners to adopt a granny and donate food parcels for 5 December which will be our Christmas party.

Linda Twala, Founder - Phuthaditjaba Centre

He says the party will not just be for the Phuthaditjaba Centre, it will be for the whole of Alexandra.

Anyone interested in assisting with food parcels towards the Christmas party can call Twala on 083 543 2959.

Listen below to the full conversation:


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