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Limpopo's MEC for health and social development Seaparo Sekoati will this morning hand over a newly renovated house to its elderly owner.
The house was renovated by former prisoners on parole or probation as part a rehabilitation project of the Department of Correctional Services.
Phuthi Seloba, Sekoati's spokesman, yesterday said the ageing granny was looking for two orphaned children to adopt in Namakgale township in Phalaborwa.
"We are proud to be part of this event that proves that together we can fight and eliminate poverty in our communities," Seloba said.
"The house she was living in was a health risk."
He said the parolees and probationers had learnt their house-building skills while they were in prison.