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STATEMENT BY THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR, ALDERMAN DAN PLATO

Mayor Dan Plato has visited organisations in Bishop Lavis, Delft and Tafelsig as he continues with his drive to assist community organisations across Cape Town, handing over equipment and ingredients to support the work done to feed Cape Town, particularly during COVID-19.

Mayor Plato has supplied organisations with a three-plate gas burner, two large cooking pots (100L & 80 L) and a range of dry ingredients such as lentils, samp, and beans, among other items.

 
NGOs based in Bishop Lavis, Delft and Tafelsig received these items yesterday. Grassy Park and Lavender Hill received these items earlier this week. NGOs in Atlantis, Mamre, Lotus River, and Marikana informal settlement were given these items last week.  A total of 21 soup kitchens across the Metropole will be assisted.


Florence Campbell of Woman To Woman, a NGO in Bishop Lavis, focuses on assisting survivors of gender-based violence, but says since the outbreak of COVID-19, the need has extended to other members of the community.

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Mayor Dan Plato continues soup kitchen drive with community organisations, handing over equipment and ingredients to support the work done to feed Cape Town. Read more below:

Mayor Dan Plato has thus far supplied organisations with a three-plate gas burner, two large cooking pots (100L and 80L) as well as a range of dry ingredients such as lentils, samp, and beans, among other items.

 
NGOs based in Grassy Park and Lavender Hill received these items today. NGOs in Atlantis, Mamre, Lotus River and Marikana informal settlement were given these items last week. During COVID-19 lockdown, the need for soup kitchens has become even greater and it’s important that the city assists as far as possible to ensure people don’t go hungry.

In Grassy Park, NGO, Voice of the Voiceless, run by Howard Downes, currently feeds more than 300 people daily, but with today’s donations and with the extra equipment, it will now be able to almost double this number.

In Lavender Hill, Philisa Abafazi Bethu, run by Lucinda Evans, feeds 1500 residents daily and can now boost this number by an additional 800.

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