Pfukani stokvel members share how strict rules revived the stokvel after money was mishandled in the past

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A GOOD FOUNDATION

In any formation, having clear rules are important. They will be the foundation of whatever is to come. Pfukani Burial Society is going through challenges that stem from a shaky start and not having clear-cut rules and regulations to successfully run a well-oiled and functioning burial society.

 In the foundation phase, a constitution needs to be drafted and members are obliged to follow it but that hasn’t been the case for Pfukani. Sannah Rambau, a Pfukani member, says they need help in solidifying their society.

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