KONICA MINOLTA SOUTH AFRICA PLANTS TREES AS PART OF CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY ENDEAVOUR

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As part of its constant focus on preserving and enhancing the ecosystem, the companys Johannesburg branch has planted 50 trees at Aloe Ridge Primary School in Walkerville.  

The company selected the school as the recipient of its donation of the trees, which included Karee, Wild Olive and Soap Dogwood, because of its dedication to its pupils and positive contribution to the larger Walkerville community.

The planting of the trees was done in partnership with South Africa’s national greening and food gardening social enterprise, Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA).

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