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Nkqubela clean-up campaign launched

Robertson Tourism office recently started the Keep Nkqubela Clean Campaign, an initiative aimed at inspiring and empowering the community to clean up, fix up and conserve their environment.

“Young learners, mainly, and a few adults have voluntarily taken it on themselves to clean up public areas where litter has been illegally dumped,” says Sibel Consul of Robertson Tourism.

“The objective of the clean-up campaign is to ensure the environment is safe, clean and healthy, to ensure environmental sustainability, to promote environmental awareness and to promote local trade and tourism.”

Consul says it is also serves to engage the young learners and community in a long-term environmental initiative, to eradicate airborne diseases that thrive in dirty environments.

“Keep Nkqubela Clean is an ongoing voluntary clean-up initiative,” she points out.

“We believe ensuring a safe, clean and healthy environment is everyone’s responsibility. Come and join us every Saturday at Masakheke High at 07:30 as we make a difference in the Nkqubela community.”

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