Together with its partners, MultiChoice Malawi and MultiChoice Mozambique, employee volunteers will assist with the distribution of aid towards Cyclone Freddy Disaster Management!
South Africa (21 March 2023) – As part of the disaster relief efforts, MultiChoice Africa recently donated R1 million to disaster management in the countries affected by the devastating tropical Cyclone Freddy.
The aid, which is facilitated by Gift of the Givers – an organization with a firm presence in both countries, will be channelled towards food security and other necessities. The Gift of the Givers Foundation is the largest disaster response non-governmental organisation of African origin on the African continent. The essence of our presence is to bring hope and restore dignity to the most vulnerable.
Together with its partners, MultiChoice Malawi and MultiChoice Mozambique, employee volunteers will assist with the distribution of the aid.
“Our hearts go out to the people of Malawi and Mozambique for the tragic losses they have suffered. This tragedy propelled us to make this humble contribution to support in whichever way is possible,” said Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng, Group Executive of Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Relations, MultiChoice Africa.
With a long history of providing quality content in the form of news, sport, and entertainment to citizens in both countries, the company further emphasized its willingness to deepen collaboration with governments in markets where it operates.
“Our door remains open to finding solutions and contributing towards the upliftment and betterment of African lives, particularly in such moments of great distress,” added Modimoeng.
Upon the handover of the funds, Dr Imtiaz Sooliman, founder of Gift of the Givers, commented: “The donation from MultiChoice Africa will go a long way towards the disaster management in Mozambique and Malawi. It is imperative that corporates such as MultiChoice Africa continue to work with governments and foundations when it comes to disaster relief, no-one is able to manage the tragic impact of the likes of Cyclone Freddy on their own, it is only when we come together that we can support communities.”