As a part of the KZN Rebuild Intervention Program which was launched on the 11th of November 2022, the Collen Mashawana Foundation in partnership with the Old Mutual Foundation have successfully built three additional houses for the KZN flood victims.
On the 11th of November 2022, an sod-turning ceremony for the KZN Rebuild Intervention Project was held in KwaMakhutha, KZN. The project is a collaboration between the Collen Mashawana Foundation.
On October 21, 2022, the Collen Mashawana Foundation presented Meida Ramahulana, who was just successfully treated for a rare type of chin cancer, with the keys to a brand-new, fully-furnished house. This is a tribute to her recent recovery. Meida and her child share a residence in Ha-Mudimeli, which is located in the province of Limpopo.
The KZN Province experienced heavy rainfall that claimed the lives of more than 400 people. In response to a call to Ukhozi FM from a concerned neighbour to assist 80 years old Gogo Maphumulo, the Collen Mashawana Foundation and its partners paid a visit to the family to assess their situation. The partners for this project were Afribiz Invest, the Old Mutual Foundation and Spar.
The Collen Mashawana Foundation and MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba paid a visit to Ha-Mudimeli in Limpopo to assess the living conditions of Meida Ramuhala on the 11th of September 2022.
In response to a call to assist the Coetzee Family in Cillie Village situated in Kakamas in the Northern Cape , the Chairman of the Collen Mashawana Foundation, together with his delegation will be joined by the Northern Cape Premier Dr. Zamani Saul,
A few weeks ago, The Collen Mashawana Foundation was invited to assess the living conditions of the Mgomeni family, which is a family of 22 residing in Winterveld.