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RubiBlue Supports Othandweni Community Development Services

Annually, on July 18th is the day when the world celebrates the birth of a South African icon, the late Nelson Mandela Mandiba. The day marks a significant time in the country’s history and inspires many people and organizations to make a difference in the society. RubiBlue, an intelligent business solution provider, was not left behind in the last celebrated Mandela Day. The platform gave out clothes, food, and essential items to Mooiplaas based Othandweni Community Development Services. This was part of its commitment to working under the day’s legacy.

The platform directed much of its focus on an NGO that focused on assisting people with tuberculosis, HIV, and AIDS. Chris Ogden, the CEO of RubiBlue said that in 2018 they wanted to assist Othandweni community. Therefore, their staff collected toys, food, clothes and other essential commodities as they prepared for Mandela day.  RubiBlue employees managed to raise a large variety of ladies’, men’s and kid’s attires, milk, sugar, and coffee. Moreover, the employees prepared more than 300 sandwiches for this occasion. All the items presented were meant to make the lives of those staying in Mooiplaas information settlement more comfortable.

Saseni Mabaso, a community leader at Othandweni Community Development Services said they were grateful. Moreover, he said the children were happy with the efforts that RubiBlue took in place. Surprisingly, when RubiBlue team arrived, a gentleman was on his way to beg for food.

RubiBlue offers a variety of solutions and services that are best suited to African subscriber based firms. For more information about the platform and how it can partner with your business to develop intelligence technology and make a difference in your community, you can visit their website

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Written by Denis Opudo

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