WITH less than two weeks before Mandela Month could come to an end, Eskom employees joined many in South Africa in commemorating the 67 Minutes for Mandela through service to those in need at Bangwanate Disabled Project at Tshamahansi village within Mogalakwena Municipality . Eskom donated beads, canes and sewing material for beneficiaries to raise fund for the project through beadwork and basket weaving. And further donated educational toys, home theatre, mattresses, polar fleece, TV and decoder to Lesedi Crèche in Mokopane. Agnes Molapo, Limpopo General Manager said, “Today Eskom employees proved that they care about the communities within which they operate and live, Eskom employees contributed to this worthy initiative from their own pockets and are committed to improving the lives of our communities. Let everyday be a Mandela Day, as we continuously celebrate his legacy”. Customers are urged to be on the lookout for illegal connections and those who tamper with meters. These are criminal acts which rob communities of a stable electricity supply. Should the community witness such acts, we urge them to send an anonymous SMS to crime line on 32211 to report them. For any other electricity-related enquiries, the public should call the Eskom contact centre on 08600 37566.