Beach clean up for schools

2016-04-20 06:00
Harry Bodasing teacher Shane Hanuman with Buddyz Momelezi Macebo, Sabelo Gumede, Bongiwe Ndlovu, Yumkela Gqasayi, Luyaso Mwambene, Blessing Gumede and Siyabonga Majozi. Photo: jyothi laldas

Harry Bodasing teacher Shane Hanuman with Buddyz Momelezi Macebo, Sabelo Gumede, Bongiwe Ndlovu, Yumkela Gqasayi, Luyaso Mwambene, Blessing Gumede and Siyabonga Majozi. Photo: jyothi laldas

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THE Soul Buddyz of Harry Bodasing Primary and Lubisane Primary Schools joined hands with ukuPhakamisa to undertake a beach clean up at the Hyde Park Beach. Pupils and teachers where teamed up and tasked to clean the beach.
According to Harry Bodasing teacher Shane Hanuman it was a fun day for all the children.
“They were given hot dogs and a goodie bag. At the end of the clean up both schools were awarded certificates. A total of 32 bin bags of rubbish was collected.”

He appealed to anglers who frequent the beach to keep the beach clean.
“The plastic packets and bottles left behind can be very harmful to the marine life. We have the right to a clean environment so lets take the responsibility of keeping it clean.”

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