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 MINISTER OF TINKHUNDLA APPLAUDS LIMKOKWING

 

Minister of Tinkhundla Administration and Development Mduduzi Dlamini pose with Limkokwing University of Creative Technology Administration and pupils from Cedusizi Primary School.

THE MINISTER OF TINKHUNDLA ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT HON. MDUDUZI DLAMINI HAS HAILED STUDENTS FROM LIMKOKWING UNIVERSITY FOR EXTENDING THEIR PROGRAM TO BRING A SMILE TO YOUNG CHILDREN.

The students, also known as Creative Minds (CM) hosted a charity event using the slogan “It takes a village to raise a child” at the University as part of their second year project. The project requires the students to raise funds and donate to less privileged children. On this occasion, they made a donation of shoes, uniform and food to twelve pupils from Cedusizi Primary School.

“It is heart-warming to see young people determined to improve the lives of others. When you give to one person, you are not only impacting one life but whatever you have given overflows into the lives of everyone related to that person,” said the Hon. Minister.

Hon. Dlamini also thanked Ms Agnes Mugo, who sponsored the students to complete this project. He also challenged the pupils to grow and make a difference in their communities and the country at large. He said success was not about age, finances or even background.

Newly crowned businesswoman of the year, Nozizwe Mulela was also present at the event. She thanked the students for engaging in such a project and supporting the education of the twelve pupils.

 

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