South Africa: DR RSM District officials showed up in numbers to participate in health and wellness activities held at Huhudi Sports Ground.
The chilly day started with a 5km fun run, walk, and aerobics. Officials also took part in non-contact sporting activities such as morabaraba, dibeke, and chess.
The Acting District Director, Idah Masilabele, graced the event, and the District Manager RTM, Mr Mtshengu, accompanied her.
She warmly welcomed everyone with words of wisdom and promised that in the next event, she will definitely join by fully participating 8n some activities.
She expressed her heartfelt happiness to see that officials are really taking wellness programs very seriously and said it is for their good course to participate fully.
“Government initiated this program to encourage employees to live a healthy lifestyle, and this will assist them to be more productive and become stress free at work,” said Masilabele.
Acting District Director appreciated that the department cares about its employees’ well-being and shows that it’s a caring department that invests in its employees’ healthy state of mind.
Minister Masilabele concluded by applauding and encouraging Employee Health and Wellness Management Unit to continue doing a great job for all departmental employees. Financial institutions shared financial advice whilst the Department of Health conducted health screening services.
Moreover, the 12th Trans Kalahari Corridor – Joint Law Enforcement Operation is making good strides. The Three Member States delegates continued with Joint Law Enforcement Operations (JLEO) on its 5th day at Sese junction in Jwaneng.
Road safety education information from all various stakeholders was shared with different road users in a package form. Law enforcement authorities ensured that all motorists and commuters comply with road safety regulations for safe and smooth operation alongside the Trans Kalahari Corridor.