Sharing a cuppa goodness for friendship and hospice

St Bernard’s benefits from women’s tea and mini business expo

Celebrating female friendships and entrepreneurship at a women’s tea and mini business expo on Saturday had the added bonus of raising much-needed funds for St Bernard’s Hospice, which cares for 612 patients suffering from HIV-Aids, drug-resistant TB and cancer. St Bernard’s CEO Melissa Knox, 35, said the hospice, which provides home care for patients from Ducats to Kidds Beach and Gonubie to Mdantsane, desperately needed funding so that its four professional nurses and 26 carers could continue...

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