Print Exclusive: Heavenly Flowers say ‘No’ to child abuse

Joyce Masha (left), Kaylee Deysel and Genice Matlala from Heavenly Flowers, Lambton campus’ three- to four-year-old class, show their support for Child Abuse Awareness Month which was celebrated recently.

Child Abuse Awareness Month was recently highlighted in the city and, in honour of this, learners and teachers from Heavenly Flowers took a stand against child abuse.

To get all the details from this print exclusive event be sure to get your copy of this week’s Germiston City News.

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