Giving his life to the community

Rebaone Monthe
Rebaone Monthe

BOBONONG: The spirit of voluntarism is becoming a common trend to youth who are not working as it presents them with a new lease of life.

It also helps them acquire new learning skills as well as practical work experience.

One such person who has over the years demonstrated the spirit of volunteerism is none other than a Bobonong resident,  Rebaone Monthe, 30, who is approaching his ninth year as a volunteer in the Bobirwa District Aids Coordinating office (DAC) in Bobonong.

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