Help for farm workers

CAPE TOWN - A South African humanitarian organisation, Nkhuzi Development Association, based in Limpopo Province has extended its humanitarian assistance to impoverished Zimbabwean refugees and farm workers who are often abused by farmers and locals.
The organisation provides Zimbabweans with foo

d, shelter and sometimes pays for their medical expenses. It also pays for funeral costs of some when they die in the province especially those working on the farms around Limpopo.
The project officer, Sharima Shirinda, said the association would continue to provide assistance to Zimbabwean refugees, although its primary mandate was to help South Africans.
“The people of Zimbabwe have suffered a lot at home and when they get here they are also abused by their employers, especially farmers,” he said. – From Thabo Kunene

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