Shoprite Furniture Honours Mandela

In acknowledging Mandela Day, the Shoprite Furniture Group on Monday July 18, delivered 67 blessing blankets to Stepping Stone Hospice. Management and staff of the House & Home and OK Furniture Divisions took 67 days to make the 67 blankets.

On the photo f.l.t.r.: Rob Cubitt, Terry van der Bank, Tersia Burger (CEO Hospice), Sheridan van Zyl, Cherise Meintjies and Margie van Huyssteen. Back f.l.t.r: Kevin Lucke, Sonia Thomson (HR Hospice) and Eddie Stander.,

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Our guest speaker this year is popular, Alberton-based Colour Therapist (and all-round ‘Life Guru’) Sonet Erasmus.

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