Union High School was delighted to receive a visit from Old Unionite Mr Luvo Swelankomo on Tuesday morning, 4 May.
Mr Swelankomo and fellow Old Unionite Mr Khanyisa Tshuni, who were both part of the Class of 2016, recently founded a company called SuperHygiene, based in Queenstown, that supplies hygiene services and consumables.
During his visit to the school, Mr Swelankomo donated packs containing dishwashing liquid, Handy Cleaner, Pine Gel and hand sanitiser to the school.
[After matriculating from Union in 2016, Mr Swelankomo furthered his studies at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, where he first obtained his National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry and then his B. Tech degree. Mr Tshuni furthered his studies at the Grootfontein College of Agriculture where he studied Farming Management. Their company, SuperHygiene was founded in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic, after the two entrepreneurs identified a need for affordable, but effective, cleaning consumables in their community. After having originally only manufactured sanitising liquid to help curb the spread of the disease, the company has since expanded to the production of multipurpose liquid soap, bleach and several other cleaning consumables. They also offer a range of services, such as water purification, fumigation and pest control to name but a few.]
Union High School is very proud of these two enterprising young men and thanks them for their kind donation.
Seen here on the right is Old Unionite, Mr Luvo Swelankomo, SuperHygiene’s MD, with Union High School’s Headmaster Mr William Pringle and Mr Bantu Dodo, SuperHygiene’s chemical mixer.