After arriving at the school gate they were welcomed by the school band and the enthusiastic students, who were so excited that they did not notice the autumn cold. Apart from the NCOP Chairman Mahlangu, there were almost fifty VIPs present including MP Sherry Chen, Provincial Education MEC Mr.
The congregation of almost one thousand people included learners from the school, residents of the community and disabled children from Phaphamani centre.
In his address Chairman Mahlangu urged the learners to study hard and tirelessly. He said to them, “These members of BLIA that you see here are all volunteers. They give their money and energy to help you. What are you going to do for our country? You have to study hard so that you will be able to take care of yourself. When you have these computers, you will be able to track the world and learn from other countries”. The principal and student's representative encouraged the students to study hard and to face every challenge. The choir then sang to give thanks for the donation.
After the address, BLIA members started distributing the donations to the people and compassionately saying 'AMITOFO', whereupon the villagers joyfully responded, expressing their appreciation. Twenty five computers and bags were donated. Two hundred impoverished families were given blankets, clothes, sugar, salt, oil and appliances for their homes. Also seven wheelchairs, a portable toilet, blankets and foodstuffs were donated to the disabled centre. More than one thousand people received the donation.