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President Jacob Zuma visits Intuthuko Junction
Intuthuko Junction, where MILE offices are based, played host to President Jacob Zuma, King Goodwill Zwelithini and the royal family among other prominent South African politicians, who attended the burial of the late Queen Thomozile kaNdwandwe at the uMkhumbane Freedom Park in Cato, recently.

All attendees for the event were hosted at Intuthuko Junction with specific holding areas. KZN Premier, Zweli Mkhize and Durban Mayor, Obed Mlaba, IFP president Mangosuthu Buthelezi, and ANC Women’s League president Angie Motshekga were among the prominent guests present.

During President Zuma’s speech at the unveiling ceremony of the queen’s tombstone, he said that she had been a member of the ANC and of the party’s women’s league and honoured her existence, celebrating her life, the importance of heritage and the significance of Cato Manor.

King Goodwill Zwelithini and President Zuma each placed a wreath on the grave of the late Queen Thomozile kaNdwandwe.

The MECS visited the MILE offices, as this was the official holding area. They took receipt of MILE documentation and our publications including Innovations in Local Sustainability book, which was launched internationally last year. We are pleased that the awareness of MILE is certainly being heightened.

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