Corporate Social Investment
Colliery Dust Control’s corporate social investment (CSI) initiatives focus mainly on organisations benefiting underprivileged children. We have, since inception, promoted employee involvement in the CSI initiatives to sensitise our employees to the neighbouring communities' needs.
 



Operation Snow Drop
Feeding scheme and soup kitchen for under-privileged and HIV-positive people;
Bursary Fund for underprivileged students;
Teaching crafts and sewing to unemployed women.

Springs Child Welfare
Advocate children's rights;
Training and mentoring for local community groups;
Focus on equitable distribution of welfare services.



 
Kwasa Centre
The centre, originally known as Daggafontein Primary or the Little Red School, is an outreach project of the St Peter & St Paul Anglican Church. It focuses on pre-primary education for children living in the Daggafontein informal settlement.
 





The centre also focuses on
Pre-primary education;
Bursary fund: primary school and aftercare facility;
Two orphanage homes.

CDC has taken Kwasa Centre in Daggafontein under its wing and we have completed various projects with the centre in the last year:
Installation of network cables for a computer centre;
Building & playground facilities maintenance;
Monetary donations.





Setting the Standard for Dust Suppression Technologies in Underground Mining