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Brother supports the KZN clean up operation with care packages for those in need

Brother International South Africa staff members got involved after the recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and packed 100 care packages, containing essential items, and shipped them safely to KZN for distribution.

On Friday 16 July, the team from Brother packed 100 food and essential item parcels and prepared them for transporting to KwaZulu-Natal, by Xpress Truckers, to a safe location for distribution. This formed part of the company’s Mandela Day 2021 initiatives. Parcels were sent to our shipping partners, Airwaves, based in Durban as well as other Brother supply chain partners. Each parcel, valued at R350, was distributed to people directly impacted by the recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal.

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“I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart. I hope one day I can repay your generosity. Thank you a million times over.”

CHRISTOPHER ARMSTRONG, McKenzie Diesel

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“I would really like to say thanks to all involved I really appreciate it and means a lot in these trying times. You guys just restored hope and showed us that good humanity still exist. Once again thank you very much.” 

KIRAN, McKenzie Diesel

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” I want to express sincere gratitude for the food parcel received. Our hearts warmed and our faith restored in humanity. It has truly been a blessing.”

ANNE, Isipingo