Khanya Hospice suffered a great loss two weeks ago when one of its vehicles was stolen.
Wednesday, June 30, was a happy day for Khanya Hospice.
Celebrating the occasion was Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald, who received the keys to a new vehicle donated by the DES-ign Group of the Southgate Business Park in Amanzimtoti.
At the handover ceremony at Halfway Malanda Toyota in Widenham, were Neil McDonald, Margie Stella, the vice-chairperson of the Khanya Hospice Board, Krish Moodley (Sales Manager of Halfway Malanda Toyota) , CEO of the DES-ign Group John Mulgrewn, nursing manager of Khanya Hospice, Sister Sue van Rijsbergen, and Kim Bakker and Yolande Botha (both from the DES-ign group).
A beaming Neil Mc Donald said, “Khanya Hospice suffered a great loss two weeks ago when a vehicle in u se by one of our nursing sisters was stolen.
Thank you to John and the DES-ign group for this generous donation which will help put Hospice staff back on their wheels.”
Article written by: MSCRS Reporter
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