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Simbisa Brands donates to Beitbridge Safe haven

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Simbisa Brands donates to Beitbridge Safe haven




BEITBRIDGE- Simbisa Brands has donated an assortment of food stuffs and groceries to Safe Haven, a private institution offering social support services to abuse victims in Beitbridge.

The donation was done before Christmas. Simbisa Brands was represented by its Beitbridge manager, Frank Mudau and the goods were handed over by Beitbridge East MP Albert Nguluvhe.

Beitbridge Mayor, Munyaradzi Chitsunge and Town cler, Loud Ramakgaphola also attended the handover. 

Simbisa Brands is the largest fast-food restaurant operator in Zimbabwe who runs  Chicken Inn, Steers, Nando’s and Rocomama’s among others. 

The donation included sugar, salt, rice, flour, maize meal, tinned foods, beans, drinks, cooking oil, powdered milk, spaghetti, biscuits, toothpaste, toilet paper, washing and bathing soap.

Safe Haven also called Mudi Wapfulufhelo is run by Babongile Gora and her husband Claude Gora and it offers social support services for gender based violence and sexual abuse victims particularly women. The institution opened its doors in February 2019. 

Mudau applauded Simbisa Brands for the gesture and said it will go a long way in ensuring that victims have enough food. 

Nguluvhe thanked Simbisa Brands for the gesture and urged Government, churches and the business community to also chip in and assist such organisations who are addressing social ills in the community.

“Safe Haven is addressing social ills in order to cleanse the community. The church, Government and the corporate world should support such initiatives for the betterment of our society,” said Nguluvhe. 

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