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Next Wednesday’s Mandela Day clean-up of Addington Hospital will run for 24 hours to make the most of volunteers’ time and to allow the initiative to continue after normal working hours.
That was the word on Wednesday from Prash Padayachee, KZN Department of Health general manager for co-operative governance.
She said the public and businesses were responding well to a plea by the department’s KZN head to pitch in and help spruce up the beachfront hospital.
She said volunteers should report and register for duty on the day at 7am; thereafter they would be briefed on their tasks.
“Entry is through the front entrance (tuckshop entrance), from which point they will be directed to the registration point,” Padayachee said.
Work would continue from 7am on July 18 to 7am the following day, she said.
“This is to allow for some work to be done after hours when there is no high patient volume in certain identified areas. It also provides an opportunity for those who are able to volunteer their services after normal office hours, as the activities will focus on cleaning, painting and general maintenance work.” She asked volunteers to dress appropriately for the work.