Nedbank pumps in M50k for PPEs

Nedbank pumps in M50k for PPEs

ROMA-Nedbank Lesotho this week donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth M50 000 to St. Joseph Hospital in Roma to fight Covid-19.
The donation included amongst other things bulk sanitisers, foot paddle sanitising stations, paper towels, N95 face masks and infrared thermometers.

At least 44 people have died of the pandemic in Lesotho. A total of 2 086 cases have been confirmed in the country so far.
Nedbank Managing Director, Nkau Matete, said the donation is meant to help curb the spread of the virus particularly among those in the front-line as they are highly exposed.
He said the fight against the pandemic can only be won if there is collaboration.

“This was our way of thanking our clients for a long time,” Matete said.
“If we get more clients, we will be able to extend a helping hand in future.”
The bank’s Roma Branch Manager, Pulane Mpota, said their clients’ safety and good health is their priority.
She thanked St Joseph for their support.

“Our journey has always been pleasant and warm.”
St. Joseph Hospital’s Acting Medical Superintendent, Dr Kayombo Kambala, said the fight against the disease requires the involvement of everyone in order to achieve success.
“This will help so people may return to their normal lives,” Dr Kambala said.

He said he appreciates the long-standing partnership with Nedbank through their donation especially in this era where money is tight.
“We were lucky enough to be the top priority,” said Dr Kambala.
He said the donation will help protect those in the frontline, students and the community at large.

St. Joseph board member, Mohlomphehi Lephoto, said the virus requires a joint venture to fight it.
“We are grateful and I don’t even know what to say to express our gratitude,” he said.

’Mapule Motsopa

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