The Solidarity Fund says it will now disperse funds to assist flood-affected residents of the KwaZulu-Natal province.

After its set-up in 2020, the Fund recently announced that it will wrap up its operations at the end of September 2022.

Spokesperson Didi Masoetsa says the knowledge & experience they garnered during the Covid-19 pandemic, would be valuable in the roll-out of emergency funding to affected residents in KZN.

Masoetsa says residents there urgently need access to food and clean drinking water.

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The Solidarity Fund has, since its inception, distributed more than R170-million to the national Covid-19 vaccination programme.

The funds were allocated to more than 200 Government-owned vaccination sites where, to date, more than 850,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine had been distributed.

These doses were distributed across the country’s nine provinces.

Last week it was announced that the Fund will be wrapping up its operations at the end of September this year.

Spokesperson, Didi Masoetsa.

Masoetsa says the fund could be called back into operation, in the future, should the need arise.


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