This year marks the 10th anniversary of Mandela Day celebration where thousands of South Africans, along with CETA dedicate their time in the iconic 67 minutes commemoration to the late former president Nelson Mandela’s humanitarian deeds in remembrance of his birthday.

The Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) took part in the initiative by helping out and buying groceries for New Jerusalem Children’s home in President Park, Midrand. 
CETA Public and Stakeholder Relationship Manager Mr Sabello Shabangu thanked the staff members for giving their time and monies to assist the home.
“Your contribution is most welcome and may we always remember to help those who are less fortunate than us,” said Shabangu.
Assisting in cleaning of the outside place in front of the new build school
Cleaning of windows
Cleaning of School
Cleaning of the bakery room
The idea behind the concept is to get the public involved in charitable activities.

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