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Visit Nkadimeng Leutsoa Library to change your life

[29-03-2016] Marry Mantso (70) is the 1960 Sharpeville shooting survivor she joined other residents of Sharpeville to witness the launch for the Mzansi Online Project that tookpalce at Nkadimeng Leutsoa Library.

Today Sharpeville people will receive free internet services, wi-fi, the library has now been equipped with the kid’s computer game room and extra ipads donated by Bill and Melinda gates foundation.

Makhura “ Commit to build Free houses for the Sharpeville survivors

[21-03-2016] Survivors of the 1960 Sharpeville massacres look set to be given houses and their children university education for free.

Other priority beneficiaries for low-cost houses would be ex-members of military liberation movement said Gauteng Premier David Makhura at the 56th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre to remember 69 people killed by the apartheid police and injured scores of others during at anti-pass law march.

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