Meet the woman getting child prostitutes off Joburg streets. MUST WATCH!
- Published: Thursday, 13 November 2014 09:00
Mam’ Khanyi, a former businesswoman, has made it her mission to help child prostitutes and teenage mothers get off Johannesburg streets. In this moving interview with Ruda Landman, the Home of Hope founder talks about how she started her work with these youngsters – mostly orphans – and what her life is like, dealing with pimps, drug dealers and other shadowy types in the criminal underworld. – JC
By Ruda Landman
Khanyisile Motsa, affectionately known as Mam’ Khanyi, is the founder of Home of Hope in Berea near Hillbrow.
More than a shelter, Home of Hope is an awe-inspiring initiative aimed at taking street children, child prostitutes and abandoned teenage mothers off the streets.
Ruda Landman caught up with Mam’ Khanyi to talk about her journey from having her own import and export business, to starting Home of Home. It’s a story of perseverance, courage, faith and hope – watch the full interview below:READ MORE