Fast Fact:

Sweat it:
According to The Economist, South Africa has the highest fitness club revenue in the world with an estimated yearly revenue of $931 million. According to AMPS 2.7 million South African adults attend the gym at least once a week and a further 1.5 million attend the gym at least once a month. 
(http://bit.ly/2kpbRXx, AMPS2015B)

Source: www.eighty20.co.za

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#GoodDeed #Nature #NationalParks
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Department of Environmental Affairs, South African National Parks and Pick n Pay co-fund program to expose underprivileged learners to National Parks:

The Kids in Parks program has become one of a few ways learners from underprivileged communities visit National Parks. For a month, 500 learners take turns to explore the mystical Knysna forest and picturesque waterscapes. These are local learners from Knysna and surrounds. The learners come from 12 schools in the area.

Park Manager for the Garden Route National Park (GRNP), Paddy Gordon, says ‘such programs have a long-term objective of exposing  youngsters to the protection of the environment. Protection is not only for plants and animals but for the economy, health as well as for current and future generations.’ 

#GoodDeed #Nature #NationalParks