DCS employees play hard

DCS employees at the event.PHOTO: SUPPLIED
DCS employees at the event.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

DEPARTMENT of Correctional Services (DCS) employees from Ebhongweni C-Max prison participated at a wellness day event, held in Shayamoya Eco Park on Wednesday, September 19.

They played volleyball, football, and did aerobics.

The event was supported by many sponsors.

Acting head of the Ebhongweni C-Max prison Arnold Mbono encouraged people to make sport fashionable.

“People need to attend sporting events for fitness and fun,” he said.

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