Tag: Miss Earth South Africa
Africa Day gave the 2016 participants of Miss Earth South Africa a chance to get their hands dirty when they planted trees at Midrand Primary School, all in the name of protecting our environment.
When teaching children, repetition is important, the principal of Akani Primary School stressed during a Play Your Part clean-up. Pupils took part in the event, and were reminded of the importance of keeping their environment free of litter.
Volunteers will be joining Play Your Part, GEM Project and Miss Earth South Africa to help clean up Diepsloot on Saturday. Join the initiative and earn a GEM reward for your efforts, or simply spend some time doing some good for others.
Brand South Africa, as part of its mandate to build pride, patriotism and a spirit of active citizenship, has partnered with the GEM Project and Miss Earth South Africa. The three organisations will collaborate and play their part to clean up schools in the Diepsloot community on Saturday 24 October. The aim of the collaboration is to encourage citizens to play their part by cleaning up and recycling in their communities.
Miss Earth South Africa will announce its new ambassadors for 2015 at an event on Thursday 10 September at the Palazzo Hotel, Monte Casino. Brand South Africa is proud to be associated with Miss Earth South Africa because of the values the programme espouses.
Catherine Constantinides is one of the Mail & Guardian's 2014 Top 200 Young South Africans. The former Miss Earth South Africa is now the pageant's executive director, and uses her platform to raise awareness around how sustainable development can improve Africa's prosperity.
Ella and Catherine Constantinides have built their careers on loving the planet, and spreading that love to South Africa's youngsters through their Generation Earth initiative.
Braving the winter chill, Johannesburg residents summed up their community spirit to clean up the city's much-loved Braamfontein Spruit.