RE/MAX and civil society organisation join forces to help others – Germiston City News
Following recent protests and looting in parts of South Africa, the civil society organization We are South Africans has partnered with RE / MAX to provide donation points for those who want to help others.
The organization hopes to use its #SpiritOfSouthAfrica campaign to bring food to rural towns in KwaZulu-Natal affected by the unrest.
Community members who can are encouraged to donate long-life groceries, baby food, and pet food at participating offices.
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Offices in Bedfordview and Germiston are located at:
• 67 Van Buuren Road, Bedfordview
• 126 Webber Road, Lambton, Germiston
“We condemn the behavior of those who pillage and act illegally during these protests,” said Adrian Goslett, regional director and CEO of RE / MAX in Southern Africa.
He encouraged the RE / MAX network to provide whatever support they could.
“We hope that through the combined efforts of all South Africans, peace will be restored soon,” said Goslett.
Visit www.remax.co.za for the contact details of your nearest participating RE / MAX office.
Visit www.facebook.com/southafricans to learn more about We are South Africans.
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