Many South Africans require proper housing and often find themselves living in unsafe circumstances as a result of housing delivery challenges. The Collen Mashawana Foundation has ventured to build a 100 homes for ordinary South African needs through the agency of the “One Brick At A Time” initiative, which will see those willing to donate or buy a Brick that will go towards building material that will build these houses.
The Collen Mashawana visited KwaNontshinga kuCentane the Shotana family of 9.
On the 17th of March the Collen Mashawana Foundation together with MMC Peggy de Bruin, visited the Ngomeni family (17 family members).
The Collen Mashawana Foundation paid a visit to Cillie Village in Kimberly to assess the living conditions of the Coetzee family on the 7th of June 2022
The Minister of Social Development Lindiwe Zulu is one of our most welcomed keynote speakers who has spoken extensively on the housing crises amongst the disadvantaged elderly, those living with disabilities and the child-headed homes of South Africa
CHAIRMAN OF THE COLLEN MASHAWANA FOUNDATION
MINISTER OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER