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[WATCH] ENCA | Mahlasedi Foundation Wheelbarrow Food Distribution

[WATCH] ENCA | Wheel Barrow Food

Distribution Project – Cosmo City

Residents around Cosmo City are doing things differently.

They’re assisting in delivering a month’s supply of food from various organisations

[WATCH] ENCA | Mahlasedi Foundation Putting Shoulder To The Wheel

[READ] News24 | Wheel Barrow Food

Distribution Project – Cosmo City

The City of Johannesburg says it will electronically manage and limit food parcels to R350 per household.

[READ] Daily Maverick | MEALS ON WHEELS: Wheelbarrow agents ferry food to the needy

More than 186 wheelbarrow agents ensured recipients got their food parcels delivered to their door. Wheelbarrows are now seen as an essential service item as they play a huge role in aiding with food distribution.

[READ] Kazang Connect | World Hunger Day: Wheeling a month’s supply of food to 10,000 households and creating jobs

Ten thousand households in the Cosmo City community,

north of Johannesburg stand to benefit as they each receive

a month’s

[WATCH] Randburgsun | Wheelbarrows of food

for Msawawa

Telephony and cash management service Kazang and the charity organisation Mahlasedi Foundation helped to organise the wheelbarrows carrying the food

[READ] Midrand Reporter | ICYMI: Cashbuild donates 10 wheelbarrows to Olievenhoutbosch initiative

OLIEVENHOUTBOSCH – Cashbuild donated 10 wheelbarrows to

the Wheelbarrow Association in Olievenhoutbosch to

assist in their operations.

[WATCH] News 24 | AERIAL PHOTOS | Thousands queue for food parcels in Olievenhoutbosch, Centurion

The streets of Olievenhoutbosch were abuzz with the movement of people queueing for food parcels, with many failing to adhere to social distancing regulations on Saturday.

[READ] Sunday Times | Olievenhoutbosch’s

most vulnerable hit hard by Covid-19 lockdown

People in Olievenhoutbosch, near Centurion, Gauteng, wait in line for food parcels.
Image: Gallo Images/ER Lombard

[READ] Rekord Centurion | Foundation

to continue feeding Olievenhoutbosch residents

The Mahlasedi Foundation will continue feeding residents of Olievenhoutbosch despite claims of chaos erupting at a food parcel collection point this weekend.

[READ] SA Positive News | Mahlasedi Foundation brings Food relief for 30 000 families in Olievenhoutbosch

The SA Heroes Awards nominee, Mahlasedi foundation partnered with the Department of Social Development and local political parties to register and brought about a massive food relief distribution in Olievenhoutbosch to help nearly 30 000 families affected by the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown.

[READ] SABC News | Misinformation to blame for Olievenhoutbosch food parcel chaos

Acting Gauteng Social Development MEC Panyaza Lesufi has visited the Walter Sisulu Primary School in Olivenhoutbosch, Centurion, after reports of one person being injured in an apparent stampede as the crowd attempted to get food parcels.

[READ] The Citizen | Business booms for wheelbarrows and vehicle owners in Olivenhoutbosch

As thousands of residents queued for food parcels, they used this opportunity to charge people to transport their food parcels home.

[READ] ENCA | We slept here to get food: Olievenhoutbosch residents get aid amid confinement

PRETORIA - A human chain stretched several kilometres through Olievenhoutbosch on Saturday, past police officers and armoured vehicles.

[WATCH] IOL News | Food relief for 30 000 families in Olievenhoutbosch

Pretoria - A massive food relief distribution initiative funded by the private sector took place in Olievenhoutbosch to help nearly 30 000 families affected by the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown.

Residents offer their services to cart food parcels for a small fee on 2 May 2020 in Olievenhoutbosch in Centurion, north of Johannesburg. Residents came out in their thousands to receive food parcels.
Image: Alaister Russell/The Sunday Times

[READ] Sunday Times | Chaos erupts as food parcels handed out in Olievenhoutbosch

[READ] Sunday Times | Chaos erupts as food parcels handed out in Olievenhoutbosch

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