COVID 19 Update & News

COVID 19 Update & News  – Desperate Appeal For Donations From Individuals, Companies, Churches, Charity, NGOs.csi etc


More & More People Living With HIV/Other Chronic Diseases are failing to take their medication/therapy nowadays due to lack of food/hunger. More Will Fall Sick, Get Exposure To Covid-19 / Lockdowns & Even Die!

Please help with at least R50 / more / food parcel donations to assist the most vulnerable People Living With HIV/Other Life-Threatening Diseases in disadvantaged communities.

Our Non-Profit Company / NGO Is appealing for financial /food parcels donations to assist these groups of people in our communities In Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Kwazulu-natal, Mpumalanga, free state, Limpopo, Western Cape, and Northern Cape.

The Situation Is Getting Desperate Day By Day And We Kindly Appeal For Your Most Valued Donations.

A deposit of  R50 can save a life!

We will make arrangements to come and collect food parcel donations.

The State President, Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a 21-day national lockdown to flatten the curve of infection. However, this presents a different set of challenges for people in poorer communities.

There is anxiety and uncertainty about the aftermath of the lockdown. What measures can ordinary South African citizens take to curb the pandemic?

What happens in the event that the lockdown is extended and South Africans with no savings or UIF lose their jobs?

Would the government be able to provide food parcels to millions of South Africans?

As it stands, the national lockdown has not just exposed that there is a great need for education on COVID-19 in rural and informal settlements but also that crisis has elevated gender-based violence as women and children are locked in with their abusers.

Siyakholwa has already started disbursing small grants for community-based organisations and individuals with proof of distress to secure personal protective equipment, and food parcels, translate information into different languages and provide support to survivors of gender-based violence among other responses.

COVID 19 Update - Siyakholwa Support Care Centre

COVID 19 Update – It continues to negatively impact vulnerable communities around South Africa.


Without a doubt that it will be the poorest communities that will be hit the hardest by COVID-19. It is these communities that Siyakholwa is committed to supporting.

Donate today to support our various campaigns in rural areas and disadvantaged communities.

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Tel: +27 (0) 82 049 3094

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