Mayor accompanies GIBB to St Anthony's Children's Home


The Mayor, Cllr Dr Musa Ngubane, on the 12th September 2018 accompanied GIBB Engineering Company to St Anthony’s Children’s Home where they donated material at the value of more than R50 000. The items donated ranges from stoves, air-conditioners, school shoes, matrasses etc.

GIBB is one of South Africa’s leading multi-disciplinary engineering consulting company with a solid footprint on the African continent. The firm is a wholly owned South African entity with a 67% black ownership, with a legacy that spans over 60 years. The firm offers design, planning and management services across the entire engineering consultancy spectrum.

GIBB is a partner of choice for the private sector, state owned enterprises and governments who seek knowledgeable talent, with proven experience and the expertise to respond to the numerous infrastructure demands and needs of the continent.

GIBB made this donation following their visit to the centre and the engagements they had with the Mayor. They were attracted by the professionalism of the staff members, the work done at the centre and the cleanliness of the centre.

Mr Mkhize representing GIBB Engineering stated that its not for first time they contributing to Amajuba District through their Corporate Social Investment (CSI). They have in the past year contributed in one of the local NGOs but had to motivate to their Board to come back to the district. “As committed as we are in our CSI campaign, this year we have made an additional donation of R57 227.00 to St Anthony’s Child and Youth Centre’, said Mr Mkhize.

The donated items were received by Mr Mlotshwa who is the Chairperson of the Committee that looks after the affairs of the centre.

The centre accommodates children from birth to 18 years. These children are normally placed by Social Workers for various reasons such as them being abused at their homes, some not having homes, some with parents who are not fit to care for children. GIBB donated to the school through their Corporate Social Investment Programme and for this particular donation they offered more than R50 000.

The Mayor was accompanied by Miss Nomfundo Kubheka who is a contestant in the Miss Eagle SA competition. Through her participation in this competition she has dedicated her time in doing what she loves, caring for those in need.