In April 2019, Durban was hit by a storm wreaked havoc onto the surrounding communities, ultimately demolishing the properties and homes of many of its locals. Numerous walked away with countless injuries, while others were unfortunately not that lucky.
One of the many people severely traumatized from the horrific accident was Gogo Ninela – who’s home was on the verge of annihilation. Gogo’s home in Bhekulwandle was a two 1-room structure being shared by nine family members. To her devastation; once the storm had passed she was left with only 1 room remaining – which all nine members had no choice but to live in, up until now.
Conlog was approached by Mrs. Kuhle, a concerned neighbor who was worried about the Ninela’s well-being. Upon evaluating the situation, our hearts were moved at the idea of rebuilding a safe, dignified home for Gogo and her family to have – which soon turned into a reality.
As Conlog’s mission is to enrich lives by connecting people and resources; we have done a massive amount of surveying, planning and preparation to ensure that this heartwarming project goes accordingly and concludes in a timely manner.
This Mandela Day – Thursday the 18th of July, 2019 at 09:30 AM – Conlog will proudly give Gogo Ninela keys to her brand-new home with high hopes of another life being fulfilled and restored by Conlog’s valuable mission.
”A fundamental concern for others in our individual and community lives would go a long way in making the world the better place we so passionately dreamt of.” – Tata Nelson Mandela