NPO praised for com­mu­nity up­lift­ment

Eyethu Baywatch - - NEWS • IZINDABA - Muzi Zin­c­ume

THE Ezin­dophi Re­serve com­mu­nity in eShowe re­cently praised the good work of non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion Shin­ing Star Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment at a func­tion held at the Qalekhaya Cen­tre.

Chair­per­son Phumzile Ntuli and her team were lauded for their sport-based ac­tiv­i­ties to keep the youth oc­cu­pied in a pos­i­tive way, and also for car­ing for strug­gling fam­i­lies and those af­fected by HIV/Aids,TB and cancer.

‘We have worked with var­i­ous stake­hold­ers and I would like to thank the par­ents for al­low­ing their chil­dren to be part of our pro­grammes.

‘We have ex­celled in table tennis, for ex­am­ple, as our team rep­re­sented the King Cetshwayo District and other play­ers have rep­re­sented the district at var­i­ous lev­els,’ said Ntuli.

Guest speaker Duduzile Guliwe of the Depart­ment of Ed­u­ca­tion en­cour­aged the youth to live their dreams.

‘Choose to change, you can trans­form your­self and achieve great things in life.

Chair­per­son of Shin­ing Star Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment, Phumzile Ntuli (left), shakes hands with Rev­erend BT Bu­sani and his wife af­ter hand­ing them to­kens of ap­pre­ci­a­tion

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