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Steinmüller Africa renovates pre-school to improve learning environment 

Steinmüller Africa continued its commitment to serving the communities operates in which  through corporate social responsibility initiatives by renovating a Mpumalanga school. Hlalanathi pre-school in eMahlahleni was the beneficiary of the initiative, which was undertaken in January 2023. 

The school, which currently accommodates 24 learners, received prefabricated modular classrooms as well as a kitchen. The donation of these units ensures that the learners will have a safe and adequately equipped place to learn, while the kitchen provides a facility to give the children meals during school hours. 

Steinmüller Africa renovates pre-school to improve learning environment.

The handover was conducted by Steinmüller Arnot Project Manager, Heinrich Geyser, who expressed the importance of education and the positive impact this initiative will have for current and future learners: “Education is a fundamental right for everyone in this country. This initiative ensures that no child is deprived of this right.” 

The learners and teachers showed immense gratitude for their new facilities. Steinmüller Africa is proud to play a role in initiatives that enrich communities across the country and is dedicated to improving the lives of those it can reach.

Enquiries: Mpho Muvhango

Corporate Communications Specialist

Steinmüller Africa 

Tel: +27 11 806 3321

Fax: +27 86 613 1965



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