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Durban - KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo has expressed his appreciation to the hundreds of volunteers who were expected to help clean Addington Hospital today.
Dhlomo, who is out of the country on a government commitment, said the volunteers should feel honoured to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela through their participation in activities aimed at improving the lives of all South Africans.
“To all the volunteers at Addington Hospital, we are humbled by your participation and would like to extend a word of appreciation to each and every one of you for giving yourself to this worthy cause and to be part of clean-up of this once prestigious hospital.
Dhlomo said the volunteers’ efforts would go a long way in making the institution a real hospital. “A special thanks goes to all companies and individuals that are contributing to making today’s programme the success that it is,” he said.
The department’s general manager for Corporate Governance, Prasheeka Padayachee, said about 300 people were expected to participate.
The clean-up will involve the cleaning of floors and windows, polishing and buffing of floors, painting and replacing light fittings and plug points. - Daily News