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Multi-government partnership improves the living conditions of an impoverished community in Sharpeville

Sharpeville - 200 residents from the impoverished area of Phuma Sibethane informal settlement in Sharpeville received Methanol Cook Stoves recently.

The cleanest energy stoves with a wonder bag were awarded by the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (GDARD), Sedibeng District Municipality and Emfuleni Local Municipality as part of a joint air quality awareness campaign held at George Thabe Stadium.

Visit Nkadimeng Leutsoa Library to change your life

[29-03-2016] Marry Mantso (70) is the 1960 Sharpeville shooting survivor she joined other residents of Sharpeville to witness the launch for the Mzansi Online Project that tookpalce at Nkadimeng Leutsoa Library.

Today Sharpeville people will receive free internet services, wi-fi, the library has now been equipped with the kid’s computer game room and extra ipads donated by Bill and Melinda gates foundation.

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