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The COVID-19 pandemic has been publicized as “the great equalizer.” However, it has become clear that the impact of the pandemic has been unduly felt by people of colour globally. This impact extends beyond COVID-19 infection and mortality rates, the economic fallout of the pandemic has also had a massive impact on communities across the country, pushing many people further into poverty.
During Mandela Month, under the theme ‘Each One Feed One’, the South West Gauteng TVET College’s Student Representative Council (SRC), with the help of Councillors and church leaders around the SWGC community identified students as well as families that are in need of assistance.
As the saying goes “Charity begins at home”, the college identified 60 of its students who were given food parcels and blankets, before moving to local communities where the Abundant Life Bible Church was identified and given 50 food parcels and blankets for the elderly within the community of Diepsloot. A further 20 food parcels and blankets were given to the Kliptown Youth Program and 20 more to the Old Woman Veterans Home in Chiawelo, totalling 150 food parcels and 150 blankets that were handed over respectively.
Mandela Day is a call for all individuals to make a positive change within their communities, one act of kindness towards another person will create a ripple effect that will change the country for the better. Said Samkelo Mokoena, the college SRC President. He further alluded that the SRC wants to inspire individuals to take action and help change the lives of students and local communities for the better.