Bidvest Hear For Life gives 8-year-old Inathi the miracle of hearing

Bidvest Hear For Life has donated R86 610 towards cochlear implants for little Inathi. Life changing implants that will allow him to hear at last.

When he sees people laughing and he does not know what they laughing about. It is so frustrating for him and sad for us.

Lucky Qwanya, Inathi's father

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