Gene Louw Traffic College visit Kraaifontein Community Health Clinic , for their 67 minutes.
On 18 July 2018 members and students from Gene Louw Traffic College (GLTC) visited the Community Health Clinic in Kraaifontein. The staff wanted to share their time with the less fortunate that make use of the Community Health Clinic for medical treatment, by providing them with something to eat while waiting to be served by the staff of the Clinic.
On arrival the Clinic’s waiting area was already packed with people.
Some visitors were hesitant to leave their seats to get soup and bread that was prepared fresh at GLTC, as they did not want to lose their position in the queue. But not to worry, the food was also served to them inside the waiting area.
Knowing that waiting times at these centre’s can be long and that not everyone brings food with them, Mr. K Pheiffer, an instructor at GLTC, nominated the centre as a place where the GLTC staff could offer some relief to those waiting for medical treatment.
Mr. W van der Merwe, acting Head of College afterwards thanked the group for their contribution to the community.
Source: Western Cape Government Department of Transport and Public Works