Ros's students use the books for one year and at the end benzene is used to wipe them down for next year's students.
A rickety building that once housed kennelled cats and dogs has now been converted into a mission school.

Meet the children

."Small faces once streaked with tears, break into smiles when their 'mother' enters the room."

Visagie set up a mission school using donations from friends.
Ros spends her days at the school and her nights with her children

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Ros Visagie has blessed and changed the lives of 18 Natal children
 
 

On a dusty property where chickens roam and the sound of childish laughter echoes through the crudely painted buildings, a rickety building which once housed kennelled cats and dogs has now been converted into a mission school". Ros Visagie had a burning desire to bless the lives of children in her home town of Johannesburgh South Africa after her own “second chance” at life.One child at a time, Ros has rescued and adopted children who would have had no chance on the streets and now are beautiful and vibrant. Ros has unselfishly welcomed 18 children into her home and as she is able hopes to expand her care to many others.

 


 

 

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