KONICA MINOLTA SOUTH AFRICA PLANTS SEEDS OF HOPE

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Konica Minolta South Africa supplied more than 1850 vegetable seedlings to disadvantaged schools and community projects in the Johannesburg area as part of its Arbor Day celebrations.

According to Laetitia Coetzer, special projects manager at Konica Minolta South Africa, the company, as well as its head office and Johannesburg branch staff sponsored more than 1850 vegetable seedlings to schools and charities with feeding schemes, helping these become more self-sustainable. We visited our beneficiaries just a month after planting and the seedlings have flourished. It is inspiring to see how excited the children are in nurturing these plants and at the same time how they help to nourish a community, she said.

Recipients of the seedlings were Toekomsrus Primary School (Randfontein), Sparrow Ministries (Roodepoort), Project Feed the Children (Cloverdene Community), Martha’s Garden (Diepsloot) and Tsepang Orphanage for Vulnerable Children (Princess Settlement in Roodepoort).