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18 July 2014

BITOU CELEBRATES 1ST MANDELA DAY SINCE HIS DEATH

Bitou Municipality personnel and its communities celebrated Mandela day on Friday the 18 July 2014, for the first time since the passing of this iconic former State President, by doing good deeds.

The personnel and the local communities volunteered 67 minutes of their time on this day for a common goal, to mark Madiba’s 67 years of activism for South Africa’s freedom.

The Municipality honoured the late father of the rainbow nation, through massive activities and such as turning illegal dumpsites into vegetable and flower gardens, clean up and beautification, caring for elderly, needy and those that are vulnerable and furthermore handed out some goodies to the Orphans, including sandwiches and fruit to the patients in selected local Ngo’s that are located in KwaNokuthula and New Horizons.

These were the efforts to pay tribute to the Legacy of Tata Madiba by emulating his commitments to humanity through 67 minutes of giving help to others to keep his memory and legacy alive and to be the best together.

Last published 28 September 2016