Vodacom Beach clean-up success

2007-12-27 00:00

With more than 5 382 bags of litter collected on KZN beaches alone, the Vodacom Beach Clean Up might be well on its way to outdo last year’s efforts, where a total of 43 914 bags were collected nationally.

Vodacom Corporate Communications executive head, Palesa Chabula, said this is the third consecutive year that Vodacom has sponsored and co-ordinated the campaign, which takes place on 19 of the national beaches in South Africa.

The campaign began on December 15 and will run until January 7, 2008. And since that time, up until December 24, more than 5 382 bags of rubbish were collected on the six beaches benefiting from the campaign.

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