Sithandwa Khuzwayo and Leboghang Nkambule were making their way back to campus along New Street one day and, as usual, were approached by a car guards and beggars asking for change or food. The Rhodes University first-year students started talking about how they could make a difference – and that day they started collecting coins to buy blankets for the needy people they came across. The called it the G-care Foundation and at first the money came out of the pockets of Khuzwayo and Nkambule. Soon other students got to hear about what they were doing, though, and their second outreach,…
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