The KwaMashu Family and Child Welfare Society (KFCWS) has officially taken ownership of its brand new premises, built at a cost of R10-million by the Sibaya Community Trust. The building houses offices, an aftercare and learning wing with a library and computer room, a kitchen and canteen, as well as large multipurpose hall. Vivian Reddy, Trustee of the Sibaya Community Trust, handed over the building to Mr R.V. Cele, the Chairman of KFCWS at a ceremony on 18 March 2019, attended by Her Worship the Mayor of EThekwini, Councillor Zandile Gumede, and other special guests.
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