PHUMLILE MATSENJWAMay 7, 2020
5th edition of the Ingwenyama CupJuly 9, 2020
In 2010, when Slondile was just 21 months old, she was involved in a truck accident that sent her infant life on a trajectory her mother would have never imagined.
Her mother, Nokujola states that due to spinal injuries sustained, she has had to quit her teaching career to take care of her little one. Having lodged her claim 3 years after the incident, the Fund assisted with ensuring her access to specialist care and the provision of medically related equipment ranging from wheelchairs to numerous other necessities are timeously provided when required.
“When I look back, and then look at her today, I am grateful for all the support I have received, both at family level as well as at the hands of MVA staff. I have learnt to understand that we have to engage one another when I come across complications, for the benefit of my daughter.”
e tuition fees were covered by the Fund, she now proclaims that she is ready for the corporate world, having recently attained a qualification in Human Resource Management