Learners report dagga trees

Taking action. Amanda Greybe (left), Henry Harber, Yolanda Cathill and Margie Harber hold one of the dagga trees removed from veld near a school in Springs.

Springs police spokesperson, Amanda Greybe says the learners saw the trees growing outside their school and went to report it to their deputy principal.

“We were then called to go and pull up these trees,” said Greybe.

“We are proud of these children as this really shows that their awareness campaigns in schools are making a difference.

“Thank you also to Wild Wild Guardians who came through to help as they normally work very closely with the SAPS,” she says.

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By Teboho Seabelo

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