Blaahs celebrate another milestone with new committee

2017-05-18 06:00
Standing, behind, from left, are, Messrs P.K. Stamper, T. Fulani, T. December, P. Tloti, B. Makaluza, P. Yawa, F. Ngwayishe, A. Jeyi, K. Mpama, J. Gamede. Sitting, in front, from left, are Messrs K. Silimela, A. Jelashe, M. Mutlane, M. Mpofu, M. Ngindana, D. Nikani and M. Baba.

Standing, behind, from left, are, Messrs P.K. Stamper, T. Fulani, T. December, P. Tloti, B. Makaluza, P. Yawa, F. Ngwayishe, A. Jeyi, K. Mpama, J. Gamede. Sitting, in front, from left, are Messrs K. Silimela, A. Jelashe, M. Mutlane, M. Mpofu, M. Ngindana, D. Nikani and M. Baba.

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The Blaahs Society has unveiled the newly elected committee which will serve its interests for the next three years.

Bishop V.V. Mtini was invited to the proceedings to offer his blessings.

The event was held at Fezeka High School in Gugulethu following the annual general meeting.

Mtini, who is also a member of the organization, led the procedings in prayer.

The newly elected office beares were also sworn in office, their roles and responsibilities were read to them. Mr Mkuyane said the organisation was grateful to Bishop Mtini, for the role he has played in the organisation, making sure the ship was steady even during tempestuous times, as it was not always easy to run a big concern like Blaahs.

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