The Clean-up & Recycle Week was arranged by our Sustainability Green Team. Activities in the week included: Educating staff on the company waste procedures, to explain why we are separating waste streams for recycling and why this is vital for the environment. A ‘’Did you know’’ campaign ran daily with practical information on recycling, human
As you know, we offer our employees the opportunity to complete their matric, with EFRC’s support. We are proud to announce that we have our first 2 matriculants: Zikhona Jebese and Cardi Klein. They are posing with their very proud teacher, Carla.
We support our local community where we can. ThembaCare had a need for 10 raincoats and beanies for their sisters/carers, for when they do their weekly visits to the terminally ill. They have a team of home-based carers who make weekly visits to more than 350 people living with HIV, TB and chronic illness in
“Jeanne Groenewald went from producing free-range chicken for her family to becoming a Woolworths supplier. She is not only passionate about the welfare of the birds she raises, but also strives to uplift her employees and the community of Grabouw in where her business is located.” See the article
A few EFRC and EPA employees sacrificed their lunch hour for some charity work yesterday. Andile Mthembu, Darial Daniels, Nadia Williams, Xolisa Khubane, Carla Cameron, Nomfundiso Ziqhungathu, Deirdre Eaglestone, Phindiswa Fundakubi and Mario Salies visited 3 Educare Centres, where they handed out goodie bags to the children. Unathi, the project manager for the educare centres
Elgin Free Range Chickens had the following awards, handed to them by GM, Linka Cameron: 1. 10 Year Employees: Clare Mary Potgieter Alan Pieter Shore Lepolesa Mtunani Nomfundiso Ziqungathi Nonkoliseko Bango Lungiswa Nokhotsoyi 2. Employee of the year: Zethu Stimela 3. Leader of the year: Alicia Paxton