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Instead of staying home and brooding about the fate of their place of employment, workers at Bela-Bela SuperSpar are spreading goodwill among those less fortunate than themselves.
Management has told The BEAT that workers were on a charitable “I-am Spar” campaign aimed at improving the lives of others.
The remarkable generosity of spirit comes barely a week after a devastating fire destroyed the Bela-Bela SuperSpar premises.
Mopping up operations on site continued by Tuesday, 3 October.
The Bela-Bela SuperSpar workforce has volunteered to dedicate 30 hours of the working week to community service.
The workers started their campaign on Monday, 2 October, at a number of community-based outlets, among them Sunfa Stadium, Laerskool Warmbad, Reamogetswe Disability Centre and a drugs rehabilitation centre.
Store management has urged charity organizations to contact them if they are in need of assistance in daily projects and want to make use of their staff.
Interested parties can contact Lize Coetzee on 082 644 6403
5 months ago 05 October 2017