DANIEL Dunia, a Congolese national now resident in Durban, has committed himself and a group of international businessmen to visit local townships to promote cultural diversity through dialogue.
Dunia has been leading the fight against xenophobic attacks which swept the province in April 2015. He said they visited Pietermaritzburg yesterday and will tour Kwamashu in October to promote harmonious living. They had invited Ethiopians, Somalis, Burundians, Zimbabweans, locals and government departments.
“I hope we will achieve harmony with locals and help their businesses to grow.”
Daniel Dunia has committed to meeting with local people in the townships in a “cultural dialogue” and to promote diversity.