Community opens their hearts to Knysna fire victims

The GCN received an overwhelming amount of donations for the #Knysna fire relief efforts. Community members dropped off different items at the office. Among those who welcomed the donations were the GCN’s Corleen Roberts (left), Khuse Mhlongo (internal courier) and Theresa Morgan (sales manager).

The Germiston community heeded the GCN’s call to help donate to those affected by the Knysna fires.

People dropped off donations for the #Knysna fire relief efforts at the Germiston City News’ office.

GCN journalist Puleng Sekabate was humbled by the donations.

Tinned goods, pet food, blankets, toiletries, old tents and clothes were among the items donated.

Sarah Segalla (3) gave her mother (Michelle) some of her toys to donate and said; “I want the children in Knysna to know that I love them.”

The GCN’s Christinah Gadebe (left) and internal courier Bongani Ngwenya were appreciative of more donations being dropped off.

The GCN thanks the community for their generous donations which will help make a difference to those affected by the fires.


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Puleng Sekabate
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