Gauteng Human Settlements MEC Jacob Mamabolo will tomorrow hand over a house to Gontlafetse Sehako as promised when the department came to know about her plight.
Sehako, who used to live in a shack, was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension and doctors among others recommended that she lives in a well ventilated structure.
In July this year, as a temporary measure, MEC Mamabolo together with sponsors handed over Sehako a new well ventilated temporary two-room house that will help with her condition.
Sehako has been staying in a two bedroom shack in Diepsloot for 15 years.
In response to address Sehako’s plight the MEC promised that the Department of Human Settlements will assist with a proper home. The house is in the new housing development in Riverside Ext 28.
Details for the handover are as follows:
Date: Saturday, 28 November 2015
Venue: Riverside View ( take R511- William Nicol- go towards Diepsloot- pass- Steyn City- turn left when you see a board written Riverside View opposite incubation hub)
For more information contact:
Cell: 079 897 2240.
SOURCE: SOUTH AFRICAN OFFICIAL NEWS