DHS pupils donate blood to save lives

Excited about donating blood are pupils, Senzo Lungazana and Mohammed Karamdin.

The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) recently visited Durban High School and were overwhelmed with the huge amount of support from the boys.

Last term, DHS pupils donated 81 pints and this term the number increased to 116 pints donated, both from regular donators and those donating for the first time.

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The school thanked pupils who were able to donate blood and for taking the first step towards helping save a life.

 

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