Moroka wants to rescue the girl child


A 29-year-old Tshegofatso Moroka says the establishment of the ‘Rescue The Girl Child’ initiative was an unplanned one. She did not set out to do it.

The young executive explained that how it came about was just a spur of the moment. “I happened to have been in a church service in a village in Kgatleng District. As I sat in the service and surveyed the demographics of the church, I couldn’t help but realise that quite a few of the young congregants, especially the young girls, appeared to have some obvious social needs,” Moroka said.

She was quick to explain that this is not to sound obnoxious or in any shape or form to judge a book by its cover.

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