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Litter picking along iQuola Road

Green Africa had a productive October with the collection of 420 litter bags, a lower number than in previous months which is a good sign. The team has also carried out a clean and litter pick along iQola Road (where the BRT route runs in a bid) to avoid further decay and the build-up of…

Cleaning drains and gabion beds in Bridge City

Green Africa attended to cleaning drains and water channels running at the back of the NJR and Planet Care buildings as part of the precinct’s attempt to keep litter out of the stormwater inlets and outlets, the team was also carrying out the gabion bed litter clean up.

Why is cleaning, greening, and maintenance at the heart of what we do?

You may have seen our consistent social posts or newsflashes about cleaning, greening, and maintenance (what we like to term CGM) work and projects done in our precinct. So why do we place such emphasis on these tasks? We at the Bridge City MA believe in getting the small things done right to be able…

Paving reinstated at BC Blvd

The Green Africa team completed the reinstatement of a portion of paving that was previously removed at the Corner of Bridge City Boulevard. Once again the team will follow the verge maintenance schedule after completing the installation of compost throughout the precinct. Weed spraying and verge weeding will take place by hand in the coming…

Using surveys to optimize communication and service offerings in the precinct

We at the Bridge City Management Association (BCMA) recognize the potential a short survey can provide when it comes to understanding the interaction between an individual and their experience with the Bridge City precinct. Taking a few minutes to fill out our surveys goes a long way in allowing us to better tailor our service…

Composting Bridge City’s gardens and flower beds

Green Africa received a delivery of some much-needed compost last week, for the precinct flower beds and gardens. This is in anticipation of the upcoming rainy season and to keep our plants looking green and lush and to provide essential nutrients for the plants and soil to thrive!

Pruning our gardens for the Summer rains

We have had a good week of pruning in our precinct, reading our flower beds and center medians for the Summer rains. The team also carried out some alterations to our gardens, replacing soil & adding Dietes Grandiflora.  

It’s all in the detail

Our landscaping team, Green Africa, has begun grass cutting at the open stand, Ptn 150, next to the BP station. Included in our greening this week was a significant amount of street sweeping due to tipper trucks and dirt from various sites dragged onto the streets. The team also focused on the finer details, weeding…