Millions for cancer apples

12 November 2018 | Social Issues

The excitement levels were contagious on Friday when it was announced that N$3 million was raised for the second consecutive year in the 2018 Bank Windhoek Cancer Apple project. The Cancer Association's Rolf Hansen was ecstatic about the efforts of staff members and the public at large for raising this amount. “Thank you to every single Namibian who made a donation and who bought an apple. This gives us hope,” he said.

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