Dines Gihwala brings a grin to some disabled orphan
South African Lawyer and Fidentia curator introduced some smiles to any or all concerned as he walked in to make sure that a disabled orphan could attend his matric dance, inside a nice suit with new footwear.
His mother, Persistence Mawu was giving testimony within the Fidentia trial, when she mentioned that Leroy,21, couldn’t attend his matric dance as they didn’t have money for any suit and the man didn’t have footwear. Apparently they’d last received money more than a year ago. It’s possible to only imagine just how much this family should be battling to be unable to afoord a brand new set of footwear.
Dines Gihwala then was up and stated he would donate a brand new suit and footwear towards the boy. Leroy has spina bifidia and that he is limited to some motorized wheel chair.
A really grateful family collected the type gift from Mr Gihwalas office and that he are now able to attend his dance in fashion.
It’s functions such as these that demonstrate true South African “Ubuntu“ and makes a person proud to become a South African.
Congratulations Mr Gihwala, we’re proud to a true South African Hero.
Mr Gihwala has gotten an award for his contribution for the effective operation of South Africas first democratic election. He’s now upon the market, a notable a part of his career was spent becoming an acting judge from the high court in Nigeria.
Mr Gihwala was lately nominated to have an award among the world’s pre-eminant experts in arbitration.
Mr Ghwala is married and it has three children, all whom are professionals. He resides in the Western Cape and it is enjoying his retirement.