Senzo Meyiwa's daughter is left in serious poverty as the good Samaritan dumps her.
Senzo's mother and Nanhla's guardian, Ntombifuthi Meyiwa told the media they thought the company will take care of her.
"The red ants have been taking care of Namhla financially since 2020. But this month they failed to donate. When I contacted them, they told of me Johan is dead and they were not going to pay because he's no more. He's death has killed her dreams. I don't know what to do. As it is Namhla has no money for transportation to school", said the family member.
She said the contributions were used to buy lunch, toiletries and transport for Namhla. "I am asking from any good samaritan". Last January the company committed to contribute to Namhla until University and began to do so the next month. Former PSL coach have also committed to donate R1500 monthly until she reaches 21.
"Donating to the orphanage kids was was Johan's project. Now that he is no more, everything has to be suspended. We are waiting for the new management to us a way forward", said the Red Ants Spokesperson.
Source: iafrica24.com, Mzansi trending
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