Hebron Mall, which will open officially on 27 October, has invested in the local community by building a new nursery school for Mama Rose, who has been teaching preschoolers in the Soshanguve area for 20 years. The R2.1 million corporate social investment project developed by Hebron Mall has been supported by various partners. Hebron Mall is a joint venture between Twin City and Moolman Group.
Speaking at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on 20 October 2022, Mama Rose expressed her gratitude to everyone involved in bringing the project to fruition. The new nursery school will extend Mama Rose’s legacy well into the future and allow her to equip the next generation with the skills and confidence necessary for success in life.
I would like to thank God and all who made this possible. I am very much humbled and grateful.
Corobrik donated 36 000 Country Classic Travertine clay face bricks to the Mama Rose Nursery School upgrade. Corobrik also provided sets of its mini bricks for all the children.
We were more than happy to assist Twin City Foundation, as this project is in line with its own corporate social responsibility initiative of empowering local communities.
The most important reason for upgrading the nursery school was the passion and dedication that Mama Rose has shown to the children in her care despite her very limited resources over the years. We are actually building an entirely new nursery school, as previously it was housed in informal settlements, with no electricity or plumbing.
Dr. Eunice van Wyk
Head of Twin City Foundation
Here's a look at what Mama Rose's school used to look like before the upgrades took place.
Corobrik is proud to be associated with Hebron Mall in working towards uplifting disadvantaged communities and being an active roleplayer in building a better future for South Africans.