Two local companies partnered to assist a local needy school. Burgersfort’s Johnson Crane hire along with Maruping Armature Winding (MAW) service (Pty) Ltd helped in moving mobile classes at Mogolo Secondary last Friday.
The mobile classes were stationed outside the school yard and were dilapidated and broken. Johnson Crane donated the services of their trusted crane to move the classes into the school yard while Maruping assisted with the refurbishment of the classes.
“Johnson Crane hire was approached by the school principal seeking our services. As our company values education, we decided to help in bringing the classes inside the school yard free of charge. This took us more than three days,” said Johnson Crane’s Burgersfort branch manager Prince Sekgokgoba.
Another company MAW which is owned by Goden Sekgokgoba is still hard at work with fixing and refurbishment of the damaged classes.
Mogolo’s principal Zondi Nkambule thanked the two businesses for giving back to his school.
“Our school and management thank both Johnson Crane and MAW for assisting us. Our classes our crowded, we have about 70 pupils in our grade 8 class. We will now use the extra classes to accommodate them.”