Minister Shabangu to consult with Ekurhuleni communities on better ways of resolving disputes and co-existence among people living in South Africa
In the wake of the recent spate of attacks directed at foreign nationals in certain parts of the country, Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Susan Shabangu will on Saturday, 25 April, hold a consultative meeting with community leaders in Ekurhuleni representing various organizations from Ramaphosa in Boksburg and Actonville in Benoni. The purpose of the meeting is to strengthen the existing support for peace and peaceful co-existence among all peace loving South Africans and to encourage dialogue as a way of building social cohesion.
In the past Ramaphosa was affected by attacks against foreign nationals that led to the killing of a Mozambican man while Actonville has had simmering migrant labour issues.
Members of the media are invited and encouraged to attend.
The meeting will take place as follows:
Date: Saturday, 25 April 2015
Time: 09:00 – 12:00
Venue: Noncedo Day Care Centre, Fish Eagle Street, Ext 5 Ramaphosa (near Reiger Park in Boksburg)
For enquiries contact:
Cell: 072 5153022
SOURCE: South African Official News