Minister Nathi Mthethwa will visit the area of Zwelibomvu near Pinetown, KwaZulu-Natal today, Monday 25 July 2016, to look at the state of readiness for the local government elections.
He will be interacting with local councillors and engaging with community members to interact about their problems.
“In our efforts to build social cohesion, it is important that we engage with citizenry at local level and listen to the difficulties of our people in realizing a better life for all. We need to transform our local communities, one family and one household at a time”, said Minister Mthethwa.
The Community Programme:
11 am until 12 noon.
Minister Mthethwa will be part of a government programme
1 pm to 2.30 pm
Minister Mthethwa will go from door to door in Ward 100
3 pm to 4 pm
Minister Mthethwa will address a public meeting in Ward 100
4 pm to 5 pm
Minister Mthethwa will address a public meeting in Ward 76.
On Tuesday 26 July 2016 at 10 AM, Minister Mthethwa, will deliver a message of support at the sod-turning ceremony at the historic school, Adams College in Amanzimtoti. Adams College is considered one of South Africa’s historic schools due to it being the oldest institution for Africans in KwaZulu Natal and the second oldest in Southern Africa as it is 163 Years this year.
For nearly 160 years Adams College has produced an impressive list of former students who have gone on to become icons in the fields of education, politics, business and have helped to liberate and develop Africa.
For more information:
Contact Lisa Combrinck at: 082 821 4886.
For directions to exact venues in Pinetown:
Contact Sifiso Ngcobo at: 078 383 5516