Better healing for circumcised patients
A SOWETO-BASED company has developed a device that helps the healing process after circumcision.
Award for this innovative idea.
Township Entrepreneurship Awards are an initiative by the Gauteng Department of Economic Development to celebrate, recognise and reward entrepreneurial talent in the townships whilst supporting the provinces’ goal and commitment to revitalising the township economy.
The Stoelbag Foundation is based in Orlando West in Soweto and has so far managed to create employment for about eight people. Gauteng Premier David Makhura said the provincial government has spent about R20 billion buying goods and services from township businesses in the past five years, in an effort to support them. He
added that the private sector companies receiving business from government must do their part in procuring services from township companies.
Innovative idea helps circumcised patients heal.