Diamonds of Hope to aid flood victims

The country was hit by floods early this year
The country was hit by floods early this year

JWANENG- The Diamonds of Hope Charitable associations in Jwaneng have pledged to donate proceeds from the gala dinner to the flood victims whose properties were destroyed by this year’s heavy rains.

Jwaneng Mine employees formed the organisation two years ago after eight Matsha College students died in a horrific accident in 2015. The organisation raised P250,000, which was used towards expenses incurred after the accident.

This year, the association’s chairman Nicholas Ematang revealed that they will aid the flood victims with proceeds from their fundraising. Speaking at the fundraising gala dinner on Friday, he said their mandate is to assist the less privileged and foster relations with companies for assistance.

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