We Highlight Four Recent Illovo Projects That Bought Joy
"We Highlight Four Recent Illovo Projects That Bought Joy"
NCHALO: FLOOD RELIEF
IMAGE: Nchalo Ccap School at Kalulu has hosted more than 1 200 flood victims since February this year. Malawi Vice President Rt Hon Khumbo Kachali (left) visited, thanked Illovo for the assistance given, and helped hand over maize to the flood victims. The company renovated a school block, organized utilities, provided blankets, soap, sugar, firewood and medical care.
ESTON: CLASSROOMS FOR SETHABE
IMAGE: Illovo Sugar South Africa donated two new classrooms to Sethabe Primary Farm School near Eston. From left (back) are Sbu Hlela (GM – HR), Dolly Madau (group HR manager), Gavin van Schoor (GM Eston) and Mr Dumakude from the Dept of Education, with six of the schoolchildren in front.
DWANGWA: POLICE BUILDING
IMAGE: Illovo Sugar Dwangwa renovated the Nkhunga Police office building at a cost of 6 million Malawi Kwacha and handed it over on 11 October 2012. Guest of honour Starch Maundala, Snr Deputy Commissioner of Police, thanked Dwangwa’s management and spoke of the good working relationship between Dwangwa and Nkhunga Police.
MALAWI: GIFT OF MAIZE
IMAGE: From December 2012 to February this year, Illovo Sugar (Malawi) distributed 7 338 x 50kg bags of maize – grown at Nchalo and Dwangwa Estates - worth more than K43 million to vulnerable people affected by famine. Left: Kenwood Chitsonga-Mataka, and (right) Emma Bello.