Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
Tears of Joy
Satellite broadcaster Multichoice used the opportunity of the opening of its revamped Swakopmund offices recently to contribute to the wellbeing of the children staying at Tears of Hope, a welfare organisation that takes care of vulnerable children in the coastal town.
Earlier in the year, representatives of MultiChoice Africa attended a conference in Swakopmund. The delegates were so enamoured by the coastal town, they pledged to make a contribution to a deserving charity. The combined donations came to N$10,000, which was then given to Tears of Hope. MultiChoice has also donated a flatscreen TV, a DSTv Explora decoder and the DSTv educational bouquet to 15 schools in the Erongo region. The revamped MultiChoice Swakopmund office was officially opened at the middle of August by a representative of the Governor of the Erongo Region, Councillor Juuso Kambueshe. MultiChoice’s General Manager, Roger Gertze stands on the right.