AmaTuks together with Pick n’ Pay Soshanguve donated a new laptop, printer and a 3G modem to Reabetswe Mmekwa.
Reabetswe is a nine (9) year old girl from the village called Pankop on the outskirts of Mpumalanga, currently in grade 4 at Phopholo Primary School.
The petite charismatic young girl is a great example of the saying that; dynamites come in small packages,
Amongst the long list of the philanthropic work she is involved in, which include; being the founder of Reabetswe Le Ditsala Children’s projects, ambassador of anti-human trafficking in rural areas, SPCA Ambassador in rural areas, works with various Orphanages in and around the City of Tshwane, works with the minister of women, children and people with disability, works with the AmaTuks CSI department, Pick 'n Pay Soshanguve, Tshwane Gospel Choir and is part of Dinaletsana (Starlets); children who motivate other children by sharing their achievement stories.
The donation hand over was made this past Saturday (25 January 2014) during AmaTuks’ Supporters Club Branch launch in Soshanguve. The donation is meant to help the budding star with her school and philanthropic work.
In her acceptance speech, Reabetswe made her intentions clear about becoming a medical doctor and studying through the University of Pretoria.
We wish her all the best in her quest as a humanitarian and inspiring other youngsters.