Bayport Donates Home In Moshupa

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Micro lending firm Bayport Botswana has built a house for a homeless family that has been living in a tent as their habitant. The company handed over the house on Saturday in Moshupa in a ceremony graced by Vice President Mokgweetsi Masisi and other respected figures.

The four-roomed house was built for an elderly mother Neelo Kgosikwena Jobane who lost her house, which was burnt in 2012 and resulted in the death of two children. Speaking during the handover ceremony of the house  Vice  President Masisi  thanked Bayport for playing such a big role in the community in such difficult times when there are financial problems. He stated that the house will bring a change and comfort in Jobane’ soul since she has been living in a tent.

The Vice President  also mentioned that in 2012 he met up with Father Maphongo, the Bayport Executive Chairman  during one of the micro lending institutions’ community  projects and pleaded with him to also do the same in the Moshupa area where they have finally set up a house for Jobane and her family.Bayport  has  also sponsored  prizes at  Sebele 1 primary school and   sponsoring  Karate Open Champion.

Editor's Comment
Gov’t, Balete should bury the hatchet

The acrimony that seemingly characterised the relationship between the Malete Land Board on behalf of the Botswana government and Kgosi Mosadi Seboko and the tribe, should now be water under the bridge as the tribe has finally gotten what it has been fighting for - the land.Kgosi Mosadi has articulated an instance upon which she was allegedly summoned to the State House by the Head of State, Mokgweetsi Masisi where the former claimed she was...

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