PREVIEW: Watch – Newcastle 911 helps seven-year-old find his feet

Seven-year-old Sabelo Khoza has found true happiness in the generosity of Newcastillians.

From birth, the basic human instinct is learning to crawl, walk and run.

But what happens when your legs fail you, and you’re left helpless and unable to walk yourself from point A to point B?

This is the sad reality for seven-year-old Sabelo Khoza, born disabled into a poverty stricken family and essentially robbed of the fundamental joys a child should experience growing up.

Instead, he sits in a dark, shaded corner, wishing he could play with his friends.

Then, Newcastle 911 stepped in…

For the full story, make sure to get a copy of next week’s Advertiser (April 26).

*Watch Sabelo Khoza take his first steps using his new walker, with the help of Mercy Care member, Sonti Sobayeni.

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For the full story, make sure to get the next edition of the Newcastle Advertiser.

You can also email our offices on:

Reveshni Douglas at reveshni@caxton.co.za

Quinton Boucher at newsun@caxton.co.za

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Tersia Gopi at newed@caxton.co.za

Zianne Leibrandt at ncschools@caxton.co.za

Belinda Brock at newsun@dbn.caxton.co.za

 

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