19 June, Johannesburg, South Africa- Sasol handed over the recently upgraded Little Rainbow Creche in Nancefield to its board of directors. The company invested approximately R500 000 in essential infrastructure of the crèche.
“It is a privilege to celebrate Little Rainbow Creche with the children and members who undertake incredible work in this community,” said Wrenelle Stander, Senior Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Real Estate Services at Sasol. “For us, early childhood development is central to sustainable development so that the children of our communities are provided with the opportunity to quality early education.”
Part of Sasol’s Social Investment strategy is partnering with Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres in communities where those children are prepared to enter formal education and thrive.
“It is essential that children are provided the opportunity to access quality early education so that they are prepared cognitively, emotionally and physically before entering formal education,” added Stander.
Through Sasol’s Social Investment and Real Estate Services teams, this in-house collaboration upgraded the kitchen and installed a new stove, upgraded the current containers; created a play area with a jungle gym; installed new sanitary ware, and upgraded security and improved power supply to ensure it is safe and compliant.
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