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Sol scoops greening award

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While most residents in Kimberley believe the once glittering city of diamonds is now one of the dirtiest in the country, the Sol Plaatje Municipality has just proved them wrong.

CHEQUE IT OUT: The award was presented to the executive mayor, Patrick Mabilo (pictured), together with the mayoral committee member for Community Services, Leon Farland.
WHILE most residents in Kimberley believe the once glittering city of diamonds is now one of the dirtiest in the country, the Sol Plaatje Municipality has just proved them wrong - winning R250 000 and an award at the 17th annual National Arbor City Awards.

The award was presented to the executive mayor, Patrick Mabilo, together with the mayoral committee member for Community Services, Leon Farland.

The duo accepted the award in the local municipality category for creating awareness in sustaining greener, healthier and happier places to live at the National Arbor City Awards on the launch ...

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