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Capetonian sets up backabuddy page to raise funds for woman who lost both legs in vicious attack

Capetonian sets up backabuddy page to raise funds for woman who lost both legs in vicious attack

18 June 2021 1:41 PM

Guest: Capetonian Murray Williams started a backabuddy page to help assist the woman with her medical bills...

https://www.backabuddy.co.za/cape-town-mom

 


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Family Matters - Service Dogs

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