President Cyril Ramaphosa recently formally launched the Good Green Deeds campaign in Mdantsane, Eastern Cape.The Department of Environmental Affairs is entrusted with a crucial legislative mandate to ensure all citizens within the Republic of South Africa live in a clean and healthy environment and use its resources in a sustainable manner for the benefit of current and future generations.

On Friday the 8th of March 2019 Gauteng premier David Makhura was out in Sharpeville to kick-start the program and the community was out in full force to support the government initiative.

The premier contributed 20 000 refuse bins and promised a further twenty refuse removal trucks. He also promised the creation of jobs for the community of Emfuleni municipality. The premier also promised the fixing of roads and potholes will be spearheaded by MEC of transport Mr Ismail Vadi.

Gauteng Premier Mr David Makhura is flanked by Zakhele Tsotetsi and Lefa Thatelo from The Reporter newspaper ready to get their hands dirty. Picture: Staff Photographer