Community cleans illegal dumping sites

2018-08-01 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedCommunity comes together to clean-up and combat illegal dumping.

PHOTO: suppliedCommunity comes together to clean-up and combat illegal dumping.

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IN celebrating Mandela Day, senior citizens, Eastwood Primary School, community volunteers, War Room, Source of Hope, Moral Regeneration and the office of the councillor started a clean-up campaign. This will be an ongoing program to eradicate illegal dumping sites in the area. They also hosted environmental talks where they taught people about the dangers of illegal dumping.

— Supplied.


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