A 13-year-old disabled boy from Port Elizabeth’s Grogro informal settlement will finally be able to go to school soon.
His mother has been struggling to enrol him since 2011.
But with the help of a charity organisation, money’s being raised to ensure he gets the education he deserves.
Lukhanyo Dobo was born with cerebral palsy.
But, he refuses to let his disability prevent him from fulfilling his dream of becoming a police officer.
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