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2018-09-12 06:00
Planting trees on Arbor Day for the future of the environment.

Planting trees on Arbor Day for the future of the environment.

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ON Thursday, September 6, Tholinhlanhla grade 7 pupils hosted their entrepreneurs day as part of their term three work.

The pupils managed to raise funds for the day and the school would like to thank everyone who made this day a success.

On Friday, September 7, Tholinhlanhla Primary School pupils and teachers celebrated Arbor Day.

They were told of the importance of trees in the environment and the need to protect and replant.

On Saturday, September 8, former students of Inyokana Secondary, led by Mr. James Zondi, visited the school to hold their meeting.

Immediately after their arrival, the blessing of rain poured down.

They enjoyed coffee, juice, and lunch after all the reminiscing.

We would like to thank them for coming to our school, which is their former school also.

— Supplied.


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