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Mthwakazi Republic Party International march a resounding success

by Stephen Jakes
24 Jun 2018 at 09:59hrs | Views
Mthwakazi Republic Party has said it conducted a successful international march in South Africa as it gears for this year's election.

Party spokesperson Mbonis Gumbo said they would like to thank the Johannesburg community particularly in Hilbrow, Berea, and Yeovile for their unwavering support during our international lobby initiative dubbed.

"The MTHWAKAZI PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGN FOR SELF-DETERMINATION MARCH IN SOUTH SOUTH AFRICA). The program started with a procession that started from Joubert Park at 10:00am escorted by the South African Police services to Yeovile Recreation centre where the main speeches took place," he said.

"We had several speakers from different organisations from Mthwakazi, that included civic, political and a number of entertainment groups. The function lived to its expectation with quality presentations from both the representatives of invited organisations and entertainment groups. Speaker after speaker lamented on the plight of the people of Mthwakazi. Also of note was the presence of Khulu Shembe of Kwazulu Natal who gave a moving address on the history of Mzilikazi and his movements from the Zulu Kingdom to the present day Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. Khulu Shembe motivated the people of Mthwakazi to work tirelessly to claim back their freedom of identity in all aspects of life."

In his key note address, the president of MRPMqondisi Moyo  reminded those in diaspora to present themselves to contributing towards the cause of Mthwakazi.

He emphasized on the need for collective and personal sacrifice for consolidation of our regional political power.

"Our appreciation also goes to the ANC Yeoville councillor Martha Mazibuko who encouraged our people to work together with her and to feel free to access her office for service delivery," he said.

"We also appreciate the presence of representatives of Regional Funeral Parlour, who addressed the gathering by encouraging them to open funeral plans and to interact with them in times of loss"

Source - Byo24News