Colouring-in Competition creates awareness

The 2020 Clean-Up & Recycle SA week took place from 14 – 19 September 2020, culminating in National Recycling Day on Friday, 18 September 2020 and South Africa’s 24th year of participating in the annual International Coastal Clean-Up Day which took place on Saturday, 19 September.

The world has just gone through a very hard and difficult period in our history with the COVID-19 pandemic. The participation throughout this year’s Clean-Up & Recycle SA week showed that goodness prevails. It was great to see so many businesses, government and community organisations, clubs, schools and individuals show their heart for the cause.

The Clean-up and Recycle Coloring-in Competition was well supported with hundreds of entries received from around the country. Thank you and congratulations to each and every learner that entered!  Your entries were all beautiful!

The top 4 winners were:

First prize:        Kutlwano Vilakazi, 11, Dobsonville, who won a R1 000 Pick n Pay voucher and R1 000 cash.

Second prize:   Khloe Naidoo, 10 years of age, from Steelpoort in Limpopo.  Khloe won a R500 voucher from Pick n Pay and R800 cash.

Third prize:      Lia van Rensburg, 8 years old, from Port Elizabeth won a R500 Pick n Pay voucher as well as R500 cash.

Fourth prize:    Carter Kroon, 7 years old, also from Port Elizabeth, won a R500 Pick n Pay voucher and R200 cash.

Enjoy spending your well earned prizes little eco-warriors.

We wish all of the entrants a wonderful 2021 and remind you to keep reminding everyone else about how important it is to protect our environment!