The benefit of prepaid meters is that a customer is able to manage their own consumption.
Participants can visit any SANBS donor centre or mobile drive in South Africa until November 22 this year.
They have one common goal – to make a difference by educating the community about the pandemic of HIV and Aids.
“I think our three got fed up of me trying coats on them to see if I’d got it right,” Bonny said.
The purpose of the event is to inform the community about services offered at the local clinic ward 54.
Speakers on the day will include Police Minister Bheki Cele, former Police Minister Fikile Mbalula, Fees Must Fall activist Mcebo Dlamini and Provincial Legislature deputy speaker Nomantu Ralehoko.
Helping pregnant women
Nthabiseng Selepe from Jabulile Secondary School in Orange Farm said one of the biggest challenges among young girls is the lack of support to each other as women.
This week the COURIER chats to Ward 124 councillor.
Young and upcoming designer Madira Dorah Matlala.
Laurette Marais, Mrs Africa 2019 finalist hosted a high tea to collect donations for underprivileged girls.