Lulwazi helps impart knowledge

2017-05-04 06:00
Lulu Nongongo with members of her staff.

Lulu Nongongo with members of her staff.

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Lulu Nongogo recently hosted a Youth Breakfast at the Gugulethu Sports Complex.

According to her, the event was very successful, what with young men and women from all walks of life attending.

Councillor Sharon Manata was the program director for the event and offered motivational words to the youth.

Included in the list of luminaries was the who’s who of local enterprises, the likes of Zintle Mthotywa, who owns Zee Nail and trades from the Gugulethu Mall.

Linda Gcwabe of Nedbank spoke to the guests at length about the importance of being financially fit.

The Department of Communication’s Sikelela Zokufa spoke about the opportunities available in the media including public relations within the department.

Thembekile Piki engaged the youth and shared more about how the Public Works Department went about its business.

At the end of the event testimonials were shared by Lulwazi Lwethu ambassadors on how the organization has helped them and changed their lives for the better, living up to its motto: Making a Difference.

Luxolo Ndlovu, Palesa Sambo, Sinethemba and Sinawo touched others on their stories of growth in skills and spirit ever since they joined the organisation.

Lulwazi Lwethu prides itself for reaching out to the youth and imparting them with skills for a better future. The next course on its calender is in Business Administration. The youth is urged to keep their ears on the ground.

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