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Former gangster receives help providing winter shoes to Cape Flats kids

Written by: Barbara Friedman

Former Gangster Sabastian Haricombe talks about his NPO H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Prosper Everywhere).

The organisation helps provide children on the Cape Flats, Manenberg in particular, much-needed school shoes before winter.

While being interviewed by Bianca Resnekov, standing in on The Pippa Hudson Show, CapeTalk received a call from one of the directors of Buccaneer who will partner with him on his initiative.

Listen to this heartwarming story below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Former gangster receives help providing winter shoes to Cape Flats kids




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