PHUTHADITJABA  QOQIZIZWE        

Their Happiness is our concern

About Us

 

In 1967 Mr Twala began his prominent role in the community whilst the society was a loose structure with no administration until it gave birth to Phuthaditjaba in 1967. The society still exists, But it is Phuthaditjaba Centre that is more frequented mainly because of its central location whereas the society is situated on the outskirts of the Township. The administration of both these institutions is based at Phuthaditjaba No 61- 17th  Avenue Alexandra 2090.


Phuthaditjaba Community Centre poses as hope and haven for the needy and the poor in his former home; consequently Linda Twala`s home was bombed by the then African Security Police in 1986 for his political involvement, but this act did not deter him in spirit to rebuild the organization to a greater level. The centre grows from strength to strength from a tin clinic to a proper satellite clinic, a proper library, community board room, community hall, soup kitchen, and the future centre of excellence


“I inherited the love for my community from my late mother Mrs. Annie Twala at an early age who put her religious beliefs into practice and provided meals and accommodation to the hungry and homeless at her home in Alexandra Township “Philanthropist Mr Twala

Membership

Our members are very diverse but united by their common interest. Find out who we are in our gallery, and join our team!