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Phosa’s daughter adopts orphanage centre

BUSINESSWOMAN WITH A BIG HEART: Mbombela entrepreneur Tshepiso Phosa adopted an orphanage in Mataffin and now want to build a library. PICTURE BY GetIT Lowveld.

She is currently busy seeing businesspeople in a fundraising drive to build the centre a library.

Daughter of ANC heavyweight Mathews Phosa has adopted a Mbombela orphanage centre.

Tshepiso Phosa adopted the Woodhouse community care in Mataffin.

The young businesswoman now wants to add a library structure to the centre currently accommodating 169 children – aged between 2 and 19.

Woodhouse community care base is a registered as a non-profit organisation with the Mpumalanga social development department and has the Woodhouse community care base, Mataffin community crèche and the Mataffin drop-in-centre.

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“Being able to adopt this home and make a difference in some lives is a huge honour for me,” said Tshepiso.

“It comes from my heart and I do what I can to make these kids’ lives a little better”, she said.

She asked the public to donate children books to her fuel station, the Milviforce petrol station opposite the I’langa mall in Mbombela.

(edited by ZK)

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