Written by: Admin_SheEvo
My name is Kedibone, and I am currently 32 years old. I was born and raised in the town of Tikwana Hoopstad. Growing up, I was fortunate to be part of a family of six, including my grandmother, parents, uncle, and sister, who are now all deceased. Out of all my grandmother’s grandchildren, I was the closest to her, and she taught me many valuable life lessons without me even realizing it. Her passion for nurturing and caring for her plants inspired me, and as I grew older, I developed a profound love for nature’s beauty and wonder.
Throughout high school, I was one of many young people who benefited from the kindness of charitable organizations and generous community members who helped me with my basic needs. To make ends meet, I used to braid people’s hair to earn money until I got a job at a company called Senwess and Agribusiness. This company operates across various segments of the agricultural value chain, and it was there that I gained a deeper understanding of the science and ALTs behind cultivating the soil and growing crops.
Over time, I went from being a receiver of help to a giver. I began donating school shoes and gently worn clothing at church events, and I recently visited Blessing’s disabled home to extend my help with a few basic things. Additionally, I have been helping several underprivileged families with necessities such as food, clothing, and electricity. I learned the importance of giving not because I am wealthy but because I understand what it’s like to have nothing.
Currently, I am involved in the transportation business, where I transport students and teachers from their homes to school. This service is economically beneficial to parents who can’t juggle household chores, office work, and drive their children to school. Furthermore, it ensures that children arrive at school safely and on time.
I am like a journey, and like all journeys, I do not stop, I continue.
Facebook: Kedibone Mahlatsi