Vodacom has donated 3 million rants to support relief efforts and contribute to the next humanitarian aid. Catastrophic table mountain fire It started on the weekend. Vodacom says the funding is aimed at restoring the historic Jaguar Library at the University of Cape Town.
Group CEO Shameel Joosub said the donation would also support rescue operations after the Western Cape government burned. Joosub states that operators will repair fire damage to their communications sites and networks at their own expense.
Western Cape Premier is visiting the Roeland Street Fire Department. One man has appeared in court and two have been investigated in connection with a fire that damaged several buildings on UCT’s upper campus. The flames initially began on Sunday on the upper slopes of the mountain above UCT.
About 4000 students had to evacuate and move to temporary accommodation. UCT has suspended classes for the rest of the week.
Labor Minister Thulas Nxesi’s house is one of the property burned down by a fierce wildfire. The homes of the other three members of the Cabinet also had to evacuate to Warmer Estate early Monday morning. Zara Nicholson, a spokesman for the Ministry of Public Works, says no one was injured.
“This department is in contact with various ministries to determine the level of supporting the family needs, but they were all able to secure alternative accommodation. Further assistance is needed. If so, I told the department to notify. SAPS does not advise these families. Go home because it is not completely safe. At Groote Schuur Estate on Sunday, a fire was the Vice President of Cape I’m near my house, “says Nicholson. Vodacom Donates R3 Million to Support Table Mountain Relief-SABC News.
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