Sunday Tribune - - NEWS - NKULULEKO NENE

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.

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