The ECID handed out the following food items to the Church of the Nazarene in Bonteheuwel and the Langa Baptist Church; 4 x 750g coffee, 2 x 850g peanut butter, 2 x 900g jam, 36 cans each of pilchards and baked beans, 10 kg of lentils, 10 kg dry soup mix, 20 kg samp, 6 800 tea bags, 12 cans mixed vegetables, 20 kg rice and 36 x 1.5l cooldrinks kindly donated by Giant Hyper and 100 kg gravity beans donated by Pioneer Foods. Accepting on behalf of Langa Baptist Church is Lorna Booi & Buntu Ngaukana (top left) and for the Church of the Nazarene is Reverend Quinton Williams & Jermaine Williams (top right).
We wish to thank our sponsors for their generosity in helping to care for the less privileged.
On the 31st October the ECID said farewell to Executive Risk consultants after a worthy 5 year working relationship. We wish ERC well with all their future endeavors.
We also said goodbye to Stallion Security who did the camera monitoring for just over 2 years. We wish Stallion well with all their future endeavors.
We were once again able to make a generous donation to Church of the Nazarene in Bonteheuwel and Langa Baptist Church. 2 x 750 g coffee, 1200 tea bags, 2 x 850g peanut butter, 2 x 900g jam, 10 kg dry lentils, 10 kg dry soup mix, 20 kg samp and 24 cans each of pilchards, baked beans all donated by Giant Hyper. 50 kg beans donated by Pioneer Foods.
Accepting on behalf of the Church of the Nazarene is Reverend Quinton Williams & Sheldon Josias (top left) and on behalf of Langa Baptist Church is Lorna Booi & Buntu Ngaukana (top right).
We once again thank all our sponsors for their continued dedication to this initiative in helping the less fortunate.
You are invited to the Energy Water Waste Forum meeting
When: Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Time: 09:00 – 13:30 (registration at 08:30)
Venue: West Campus Presentation Room, Old Mutual Head Office, Pinelands
Theme: Putting your waste to work: Cape Town on the road to zero waste
The business of waste:
We will discuss issues facing the Western Cape waste sector and what waste means for your business. City of Cape Town representatives will present the major challenges in the waste industry, as well as highlight plans for the sector.
Putting waste to work:
Commercial leaders in the waste industry will unpack the issues related to single use plastics, the circular economy and innovative solutions for plastics use and commercial PET recycling.
You can also look forward to learning more about innovative waste projects, including Paka-ching, a community waste collection program that gives back to those who need it most.
Talk to the experts
Panel discussions with the speakers will allow you to engage directly and share your concerns, questions and ideas.
RSVP here by Friday, 9 August 2019.
Note: No attendance fee required. A light finger lunch will be served.
For more information, contact Pholela Mcata on EWW.Forum@capetown.gov.za or 021 400 1092.