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Sponsoring training for unemployed people, and filling food parcels for struggling families, Siyabonga gives people a hand up to get back on their feet. 

Imagine if every time you bought a loaf of bread, or groceries for your own family, you could also give food to someone who’s unemployed and desperate…at no extra cost?

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With the funds raised Siyabonga Africa acts against poverty on its various levels by providing food parcels to struggling families and training the unemployed to become self-supporting.  Get a Free MySchool card today.

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That’s what happens when you raise funds for Siyabonga Africa with MySchool.  Your contributions help fill food parcels with essential basics to keep struggling families alive. Plus, you also sponsor training to give unemployed people a hand up, rather than just a handout.

Daniel Mboniswa (55) had been unemployed for nine years before he attended a two-week Bread and Confectionary Baking course - which he passed with flying colours! After working as a gardener to earn money to buy the ingredients for his first batch of vetkoek, he sold them door-to-door in the township. 

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Using this money to buy more flour and oil, Daniel has grown his business into a thriving, registered bakery. Every morning he gets up at 3:30am to bake fresh muffins, scones, jam donuts, bread rolls and cakes which are snapped up by children on their way to school, as well as other members of the community. 

Today, Daniel has a reliable income and renewed self-esteem. He also created jobs for his wife, two sons and a local woman, all of whom work in the bakery.  From humble beginnings, he is now saving up for a commercial bread oven to expand his business even further.

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This is how Siyabonga Africa is getting South Africa working – and how incredible it is to think that you can be part of it … simply by choosing Siyabonga Africa as your MySchool beneficiary.