Members of the police handed colouring-in books and informative pamphlets to the children.
CEO of the Dis-Chem Group, Ivan Saltzman said the group was pleased to offer local residents everything they had come to expect and value from Dis-Chem.
“We collect cans, plastic bottles and metal items and use the money to buy food and other necessary items,” Sanele Khumalo explained.
All interested parties can contact Joe Nowbath on 034 314 7274 or 083 274 3934, for more information.
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For further information, contact Captain S.P. Shange on 0846899105 or R Ramdhaw on 0823217150.
As the Easter holiday season is synonymous with vehicle collisions, some of which are fatal, authorities united as one to minimise fatalities.
The child was declared dead at the scene.
The N3 will be closed between two major interchanges on Monday, as a result of blasting operations.
Multiple sources confirmed the news this morning (April 21).
Newcastle 911 response member, Craig Pedersen: “As a parent, I understand how difficult it is to raise a child with differences.”