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Gift of The Givers Has Done Something Special For The Public

Rufetu let IOL know that his foundation in the Etwatwa part of Benoni was "a no-charge government funded school" which shows what is happening of guardians of kids at the school, which is encircled by casual settlements.

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"We have loads of guardians that are not working. The majority of the youngsters we have here are near desperation. We have an enrolment of around 1 100 students and we are taking care of that large number of students," said Rufetu.

Etwatwa Secondary School in Benoni got a gift of school shoes from Gauteng money manager and donor Given Muhlarhi. Picture: Supplied

"A large portion of these students are coming from casual settlements, some to the extent that 20 or 30km away. At the point when they get a gift of shoes, or any garments so far as that is concerned, it truly works on their participation at school. It additionally works on their focus in class, particularly now we are going towards winter."

The head, who has been responsible for the school for over nine years, said the motion made him "incredibly cheerful".

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