Donations continue to come in for Jagersfontein disaster victims

South Africa: On 23 September 2022, Free State Premier Sisi Ntombela received donations from Police, Roads and Transport Department led by MEC William Bulwane, accompanied by Acting HOD Masego Tshabalala.

South Africa: On 23 September 2022, Free State Premier Sisi Ntombela received donations from Police, Roads and Transport Department led by MEC William Bulwane, accompanied by Acting HOD Masego Tshabalala.

Amongst other things received on behalf of the Jagersfontein disaster victims were dignity packs and clothes.

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Premier Ntombela has lauded both the MEC Bulwane, his department and everyone who continues to lend a helping hand both financially and with their service to help the disaster stricken Jagersfontein community.

“Thank you to everyone who continues to heed the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa to unite and help Jaggersfontein victims to rebuild their lives,” said Premier Sisi Ntombela.

“I must say that I’m extremely grateful to the MEC for his hard work and for being forward thinking, even bringing things that we had trivialised only to find how important they are”, added the Premier.

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Furthermore, the Premier reiterated the fact that the journey is still long, and everyone who can help should be involved in joining hands to assist our brothers and sisters in rebuilding. This can be done by donating food, blankets, and household items such as stoves, kettles, etc. Together we must build the Free State we want.