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Truck of Love - Intyatyambo

Intyatyambo in Khayelitsha looks after orphaned and abandoned children and was founded by Nomawethu Tunce and Lindiwe Mfeketho in 2006.

The home has grown while having to work hard to maintain funding so we very happy to join Standard Bank's Xolisa Futshane in visiting and offering some extra cheer to the children and carers at the home.

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