ASEZ | Spreading some love in a warm cloudy day!

Early on Sunday morning 16th January 2022, 62 members from ASEZ - World Mission Society Church of God University Students volunteer group took to the streets of Soshanguve Block H

Early on Sunday morning 16th January 2022, 62 members from ASEZ – World Mission Society Church of God University Students volunteer group took to the streets of Soshanguve Block H and conducted their 6610th world clean-up campaign for Green Earth.

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ASEZ is an organisation that aims to not only combat climate change through participating in campaigns that lead to a sustainable environment, but also aims to spread the love of Mother through good deeds. From donating blood to visiting orphanages, they strive to serve communities which are underprivileged with warmth and love. People are suffering from disasters such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, terrorist attacks, wars, and climate catastrophes caused by climate change.

They are in need of our help. The answer to all these challenges depends on university students who are the leaders of future generations. We have the power to change present despair to future hope, and current frustration to future happiness. The power of one person is weak, but if all of us work together to solve the problems each campus is facing, the hopeful future of humanity will soon become a reality!

On the 16th of January 2022, they had a mission to clear Aubrey Matlakala Street next to the Tshwane University of Technology North Campus. They were divided into two groups, one focused on the litter around the fence of the University and the other focused on the illegal dumping side. Because the weather was allowing and some cheering for the community members who were driving pass the area, they worked joyfully, together with the help of the Ward 34 Councillor: Sisi Rose Sethole. She provided them with a total of 150 plastic bags and cleaning tool such as shovels and rakes.

Their eagerness and determination to achieve their goal of giving the residents of Block H a cleaner street, they worked diligent with a warm of a mother who wants to keep her home clean and tidy for her family. They worked until all 150 bags of plastics ran out.

They managed to collect a total of 150 bags filled with Baby Diapers, Plastics, Bottles, etc. Although they were covered with dirt and smell, they finished the clean-up with warm, bright smiles and cheerful laughter.


  • Thabo Mahlangu Jan 17, 2022

    Wow it’s really amazing to see young people giving back to the community. Keep it up you guys are awesome 👏🏿👏🏿

  • Bethuel Marindi Jan 17, 2022

    It’s great to see such great unity among people being able to accomplish any goal through such activities I am motivated to be a good influence on the community

  • Nothando Jan 17, 2022

    Wow the future looks bright and hopeful. Thanks ASEZ, thank you councilor Sethole!!!

  • Markus Jan 17, 2022

    Wow! ASEZ members are our future leaders. They deserve a noble price!!

  • Eugene Jan 17, 2022

    Wow 🤗 🤗
    It’s really nice seeing our youth, especially University students doing voluntary work for the community!
    👍🏼 👍🏼👍🏼ASEZ-World Mission Society Church Of God, Good Job💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼

  • Julia Makena Jan 17, 2022

    Thanks to Father and Mother for much efforts to shine the light and great love of Mother. Youth like the dew of the dawn!! Animo!!!

  • Annah Jan 17, 2022

    Wow so good to see people care. I think it’s beautiful that they cleaned like a mother, Mother is normally the the one who cares for the wellbeing of her family truly I want to join them next time!!!!

  • Tlamelo Jan 18, 2022

    Wow, thi­s i­s truly amazi­ng work done by the uni­ver­sity students of ASEZ! Continue to give hope to mankind through good deeds and share Mother’s love!

  • Karie Jan 18, 2022

    Wow, the world we live in needs young people like this. Well done! Keep up this great example.

  • Noah Jan 18, 2022

    Thank you ASEZ.
    You are awesome!!!!! Great!!!!

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