Monday, November 30, 2015

Scottsdene school infrastructure handed over to community

Rentse Khiba
30 November 2015

The Western Cape government has handed over a state of the art sporting facility in Scottsdene.

Totalling just over R28 million, the project provides a range of equipment across many sporting codes. 

Spokesperson for MEC Anroux Marais, Stacey Mclean said, that five schools in crime ravaged areas will benefit from the project and it will offer an alternative to the youngsters in the community.

“It boasts amongst others a race track, a hockey astro turf, and an indoor soccer field.” Mclean concluded.



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