Crestview Primary School driven for Cape Town

LOADERS: Noluthando Steyn, Mzamo Dhlamini and Juanita Jackson.

A primary school wants to be the change it wants in the world.

Crestview Primary School has been collecting water to send to drought-stricken areas in Cape Town.

GLORY: Crestview Primary School collected water for Cape Town.

The primary school collected a truck full of water to help those who need it more, says student governing body treasurer for the school, Bernise Jackson.

Jackson said the school was grateful to Amanda Duarte who volunteered her truck to help transport the bottled water to the Johannesburg water collection point.

TEAM WORK: The Crestview Primary School student governing body does their bit for Cape Town.

SGB chairperson Zamile Dhlamini said it was important to give back.

Jackson and Principal Mrs Pillay were helping the Grade Four, Five and Seven learners load the bottles into the one-ton bakkie.

TON: A truck full of bottles of water collected for Cape Town.

MUSCLE MAN: Brandon Myburg does his bit.

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