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Botswana Life Insurance Limited gives Seepolle family a new home

Publishing Date : 08 October, 2018

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As part of Botswana Life Insurance Limited’s commitment to uplifting the communities it serves, the leading insurer in partnership with the Presidential Housing Appeal (PHA) donated a house to the Seepello family on 4th October 2018 in Mogobane village.

Gracing the event was former president Lt. General Dr. Seretse Khama Ian Khama, Member of Parliament Hon Samuel Rantuana, PHA Chairperson Mr. Kabelo Binns, Kgosi Moilwa and District Commissioner Mr. E.N Tema. Said Botswana Life Chief Finance Officer, Chose Modise “At Botswana Life, we understand the importance of transforming the lives of people through compassion and giving back to the community. This is how we show our accountability as a corporate citizen. Our driving philosophy is our desire to give Batswana the opportunity to live with dignity, because we care.”

The leading insurer expressed that it will continue to uplift the communities it operates in through initiatives such as the Presidential Housing Appeal, further mentioning their much-anticipated Classic Run billed for Sunday 7th October 2018. Proceeds from the half marathon will be donated to a charitable organisation of the insurer’s choosing.

The legacy company expressed its determination to continue to offer Batswana a dignified life not only through its products but through corporate social responsibility as well, having in place the Lesedi Employee program which encourages volunteerism within the organisation.

“Today is certainly not the first time that Botswana Life has heeded the National Housing Appeal. In 2017, we handed over five houses in Hukuntsi through this platform. Through the BIHL Group, we have seen even greater support and we intend to continue to offer whatever help we can to this worthy cause. We hope that the Seepolle family’s story will inspire more corporates to play their part in helping our government provide shelter for families in need,” concluded Mr. Modise.



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