Boutique gives gogo’s the gift of support

2018-09-25 06:00
PHOTO: SuppliedGogo Sibongile Mkhize happily shopping for Satin Candy bra’s at the Mahala Market.

PHOTO: SuppliedGogo Sibongile Mkhize happily shopping for Satin Candy bra’s at the Mahala Market.

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SATIN Candy Boutique has, quite literally, become the gift that keeps on giving. They decided to buy back their customers pre-loved bras, for a cost of R70 each, and donate them to a great cause.

In addition to selling exquisite bras and underwear, they also jump at any opportunity to help the less fortunate.

Satin Candy recently joined forces with the Robin Hood Foundation’s Clothes for Africa to donate pre-loved bras for Jabulani self-care centre’s Mahala Market.

Leonie Hensby of Satin Candy in Kloof added: “We were delighted to have been involved in this initiative. Seeing how excited the gogo’s were as they shopped for free was a heart-warming experience. We are glad to have made a change in their lives.” — Supplied.


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