The Ntuzuma Orlando Pirates supporters with the clothing and blankets that were given by the Greater Mogale City Orlando Pirates FC Supporters for flood victims in Ntuzuma, KZN. The clothes and blankets will be distributed by the Ntuzuma Orlando Pirates supporters.
Donations of hundreds of dollars have been donated by SOCCER backers to those who were affected by the flood.
On May 15th, supporters of Greater Mogale City Orlando Pirates FC from Kagiso, which is located in Mogale City, made a donation of much-needed things to flood victims in Ntuzuma, which is located in KZN.
People from as far afield as Soweto sent clothing and blankets to the collection.
Brenda Molebatsi, who serves as the branch chairperson, said to the Daily Sun that the organization decided to contribute to Ntuzuma since it has a branch in the neighborhood.
She said that they presented the things to members of Ntuzuma who were present for the Orlando Pirates CAF match that took place at Orlando Stadium on Sunday.
"After that, these members would disperse the clothing around their region. Brenda said, "Since they are in Ntuzuma, they are aware of who really needs clothing."
She said that after the supplies had been distributed, the members will offer a comprehensive report about the number of individuals who had benefitted from the donation. The floods that occurred in April claimed the lives of more than 400 people, and more than 50 individuals are still missing. The government mortuaries still had unidentified remains in their possession after they were located on riverbanks.
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