As a noteworthy part of recollecting the yearly 16 days of activism of No Violence against Women and Children Campaign a wheelchair-bound Limpopo woman who lived in a two-stayed shack was given over an as of late created RDP house.
Kedibone Monyeki (37) was given the route to her new home by Limpopo MEC for Co-operative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs, Jerry Ndou and Lephalale Municipality group drove by the Mayor, Moloko Jack Maeko,
The hand over administration was held at Phahladira Village on November 3, 2017.
Monyeki who is heading a gathering of three and one granddaughter, also deals with her kin who is jobless.
Lephalale Municipality spokesperson Conscious Chiloane said the specialist ascribed Monyeki’s leg in 2011 after she was determined to have tumor and tuberculosis
“The specialist took a choice to cut off her leg to keep the tumor from spreading to different parts of her body,” said Chiloane.
“The handover lines up with the piece of parliament with among others things fuses the headways of human regard, adjust non-bias, non-sexism and the incredibleness of the constitution,” officials said.
The Municipality said South Africa grasped the 16 days of activism campaign for no viciousness against women and children on 1998 as one of the intercession methods towards making an overall population free of fierceness.
“This is additionally in accordance with the National Development Plan, Vision 2030, which tries to make a general public where ladies can walk unreservedly in the avenues and kids can play securely outside,” it said.