Rand Water educating on water conservation

Rand Water employees, accompanied by the Vosloorus CPF, visited Erasmus Monareng Secondary School on March 1 to educate learners at the school on the importance of saving water. From left: Faith Chauke (water quality facilitator at Rand Water), Jerry Ramohapi (CPF deputy secretary), Sizwe Mndawe (water quality facilitator at Rand water), Wiseman Langa (Vosloorus Spruitview Business Against Crime), Sam Moretsi (CPF treasurer), Joy Thipe (government relations regional coordinator), Puleng Lekgoati

The purpose was to educate children at the school about the importance of saving water.

CPf members from Vosloorus Police Station and Vosloorus Spruitview Business Against Crime representatives accompanied Rand Water employees to make the day a success.

Learners and teachers welcomed the guests with excitement.

The campaign continued on March 6 when the stakeholders visited Vosloorus Comprehensive Secondary School.

This time they were joined in by Vosloorus SAPS.

Aaron Damane

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