Joburg City Parks, Kara strike deal

AN information hub that will provide knowledge on the natural environment to the government, other decision-makers and learners is on the cards for the City Parks depot in Midrand.

The utility signed a memorandum of understanding with Kara Heritage Institute on Monday, 25 January to collaborate on environmental research, skills development training and community outreach programmes. The institute’s chief executive, Reggy Kgatle, said the partnership would enhance co-operation in the areas of information exchange and training.

“It is Kara’s dream to have a relationship with entities that have common objectives in improving the lives of people.” Kara Heritage Institute is a non-governmental organisation that promotes the development of African heritage and indigenous knowledge systems.

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