Botash, Sua Flamingoes take Majaga up above the salt

Phatshwane hading over the house keys to Majaga
Phatshwane hading over the house keys to Majaga

MOSETSE: Botash, the largest producer of natural sodium products (soda ash and salt) and its football team, Sua Flamingoes Football Club, left Tebogo Majaga and her children feeling like the salt of the earth after building the family a fully-fledged house.

The noble gesture by Botash, Flamingoes and other stakeholders is in line with the objectives of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights which recognises everyone’s right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate housing. Majaga’s new house is electrified and has running water and a toilet.

Previously Majaga, 40, and her 11 children bore the brunt of harsh weather conditions because they were living under a tree. Before Botash and Flamingoes came to the Majagas' rescue, Moses Chuma, who is their neighbour, accommodated them in his other yard after Majaga narrated her family’s plight to him.

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