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Salvation Army hands over toys and food

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The Salvation Army handed over toys at Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital and food hampers at Seochwareng old age home on Human Rights Day.

Gift Mhlanga and Benton Sithebe spearhead the Salvation Army’s reignite programme at the Galeshewe corps. Picture: Supplied

THE SALVATION Army handed over toys at Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital and food hampers at Seochwareng old age home on Human Rights Day.

Benton Sithebe said the Salvation Army’s international “reignite programme” was led by the men’s fellowship of the Salvation Army Galeshewe corps to pray for the lost, help the needy and restore hope in the lives of the less fortunate.

He added that they also cleaned rooms at Seochwareng old age home and handed out food and hampers with cleaning materials.

“We also fed the street children as part of the programme.”

Gift Mhlanga and Benton Sithebe spearhead the Salvation Army’s reignite programme at the Galeshewe corps. Picture: Supplied

The Salvation Army handed out food at Seochwareng Old Age Home. Picture: Supplied
Pastor Thandeka, Gift Mhlanga and Benton Sithebe from the Salvation Army Galeshewe corps hand over gifts at Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital. Picture: Supplied
Members of the Salvation Army handed over toys at Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital. Picture: Supplied

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