A SMALL detachment of Moth members from Vryheid’s Freedom Shellhole paraded at the cenotaph at St Peter’s Anglican Church in High Street on Sunday afternoon. They were commemorating the Second Battle of El Alamein that took place 75 years ago in the western desert of Egypt, and is regarded as a turning point in World War II.
HiS Caring Angels handed out 41 parcels to mothers at the Pre-natal, baby, and post-natal wards at Vryheid Hospital.
Without any help from the community, Jabulile and her quadruplets will be returning home in two weeks to sleep on grass mats on the floor of their rondavel, and food and clothing will be an ongoing struggle.
LOCALS are invited to be a part of what has been described as a revolutionary event set to take place on October 21 at King Shenge Village.
LOCALS visited the Vryheid Community Centre at the corner of High and Heeren Street for their first ever Helping Hand Market Day.
Instead of cake and presents at home, Damon’s close family will spend visiting hours praying at his bedside in the intensive care unit at the Bay Hospital in Richards Bay.
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others…”
“Every cent spent and every word typed, every shower and every kilometre, every meal and bed, every word of support and every kind gesture helped us to create awareness for a cause that will change lives forever.”
Shane Raw brought in 76 pledges to the value of about R38 000, raising the fourth highest amount among this year’s participants.
Shane Raw will be participating in the Rhino Peak Challenge, a trail running challenge that takes place on World Rhino Day, this Friday.
The generosity of 18 local businessmen and farmers made it possible for Wynand Solm to send 324 bales to assist farmers in the Northern Cape.