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Published: 25 Oct 2019Title: Application Forms for Lights Festival Stalls 2019Status: Please find the application and indemnity forms for the 2019 George Lights Festival stall under Documents/Applications. Applications must be submitted by 15 November @ 12h00 http://www.george.gov.za/download_document/2761
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08 March 2019

Post picture or video clip of you taking action to clean-up the country using the #GoodGreenDeeds

As part of the Good Green Deeds campaign that is officially launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa today at the Sisa Dukashe stadium, in Mdantsane, East London. Government challenges every citizen of South Africans to continue with the spirit of ‘Thuma Mina’ and answer the call to stop littering and illegal dumping.

 

Let us all do our part to promote the use of recycling bins and “Reduce, Re-use, Recycle and Recovery” of waste to make South Africa a cleaner place to live in.

Please join in the Social media challenge as follows:

Post a picture or video clip of yourself taking some action to clean-up the country using the hashtag #GoodGreenDeeds. Tag @GovernmentZA and @GCISMedia on twitter. ‘Throw it in the bin - Don’t Litter - Don’t dump, Keep it tidy’.

Last published 08 March 2019