A wonderful goodbye to EcoMobility

Cool girls... Rethabile Molefe and Tshegofafeso Maswanganyi relax at the EcoMobility World Festival closing party.

 

The day was attended by a plethora of community members and local government representatives who relaxed and reminisced about the festival which Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Parks Tau, said was an opportunity for the City to reclaim its streets in a bid to address Johannesburg’s congestion and greenhouse gas emission concerns.

The block party, which took over West Street in Sandton, saw families from all over celebrating the success of the festival with music, food and family.

City Improvement District manager of the Sandton Central Management District, Elaine Jack said the party was an opportunity for the district to show their gratitude toward residents who supported the EcoMobility World Festival.

What are your thoughts on the EcoMobility World Festival? Share your experiences with us on the Sandton Chronicle Facebook page

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Andrei van Wyk
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