Jwaneng mine donates wheelchairs, upgraded library

JWANENG- Debswana, through Jwaneng mine, has donated specialised wheel chairs to 11 disabled members of the community and a refurbished and upgraded library to Jwaneng Technical College( JTC) ,all worth P600,000 on Friday.

A representative from Jwaneng mine, Tshepang Mazwigwila noted that they believe education by production hence they saw the need to upgrade the JTC library with 10 new computers and office chairs. He said their Corporate Social Investment (CSI) policy guides them to build a long lasting legacy within the community they live in.

“The two CSI projects are dedicated to JTC students which feeds the mine with skilled personnel and the caregivers of the disabled people who continue to show support to our dear brothers and sisters. We are celebrating an excellent collaboration between Debswana, local authority and office of the district commissioner who made this momentous occasion possible,” said Mazwigwila.

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