Construction company offers sanitisers and soaps to those in need
Hallfax company is offering sanitisers and hand soap for anyone in need around Gauteng.
The construction company has been doing charity work for some time and has joined other nongovernmental organisations in providing sanitisers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hallfax CEO Femi Adeleke explains to Joanne Joseph how the process works.
We have made available 400 sanitisers and soap that is ready for us to give to the needy.Femi Adeleke, CEO - Hallfax
We can deliver anywhere in Gauteng for a group or an individual person.Femi Adeleke, CEO - Hallfax
If you want the sanitisers, Adeleke can be contacted on 082 415 8928.
Listen to the full interview here:
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