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Klein Jukskei Flows again in Sharonlea

Feedback Report, John du Plessis, Created: Sept 17, 2017 

Residents in Sharonlea, Randburg have been concerned about a massive build-up of trees and other debris against the pilings supporting a water pipeline across the Klein Jukskei Olievenhoutspruit that could damage the pipeline. This buildup was estimated to have accumulated over a 5 year period and was no small task.

Joburg City Parks was requested to assist and came to the rescue by cutting up the tree stumps. Then came the big day on Saturday 16 September, Spruitday over 80 residents climbed in to help clear the debris using chainsaws and their own vehicles to remove tree stumps. Pickitup also pitched in to remove the mess. 

A remarkable success was achieved thanks to the participation and joint efforts of all.




City Parks cut logs into  pieces

Residents removed stumps

The results


Spruit Day : 16 September 2017

Spruitday 2017, the day to celebrate our beloved Spruit. 
Come and join us a volunteer and a spruit supporter on this day to give your time to support your Resident Association and clean up our spruit

Diarise 16 September 2017


KlipSA AGM : 10 August 2017