Though struggling to make ends meet themselves, a couple live their Christian values by providing food and serving others in their impoverished community.
Truck driver Andile Faniso, 50, a former unskilled mineworker who was retrenched in the 90s, and his wife, Maude Nophelo, 45, who was a domestic worker, use the little they have to share with those who have nothing at all.
Andile, who is an under-deacon in the Old Apostolic Church of Southern Africa, his wife and their three daughters produce gardens full of vegetables which they distribute to their starving community in Ethembeni village in, Qonce, for free.
They also run a soup kitchen and have started sports projects.
They started with their initiatives in 2014.
Their sports projects are aimed at helping to get the youth off the streets and away from crime, alcohol and drugs, which are rife in the community.
The family, who enjoy gardening, started by growing vegetables in their own backyard.