Mandela Day and #67Minutes is a world-wide call to action to reach out to anyone who may be in need of a little love and care. Riebeeckrand High School answered the call with in their own special way.
Riebeeckrand High School decided to dedicate their 67 minutes for Mandela Day to their local car guards and those less fortunate.
For the students of Riebeeckrand High it was a pleasure to give back to the community - they did it with warm smiles and hot coffee.
The 67 minutes movement is supposed to motivate people to do good for their fellow humans, and the Riebeeckrand High students took it to heart.
By showing true South African ubuntu and opening their hearts for their fellow humans, they restored a little bit of faith in humanity.
Erishe Visagie, Victor Basson and Franco Venter spent 67 minutes of 18 July warming up their local car guards with hot drinks and kind smiles.
The school's spokesperson Elzeri Wright said despite the frosty chill in the mornings, the car guards are always there to watch over the locals' vehicles. Wright added that it was a joy to give back to the community and to see their gratitude.
Riebeeckrand High looks forward to dedicating 67 minutes to their community in 2019 as well.
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