Anti substance abuse march

2017-05-03 06:01

 
THE KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development will be convening the provincial Anti-Substance and Drug Abuse Summit in May at the Durban Olive Centre under the theme: “KwaZulu-Natal unites against substance abuse in reclaiming our communities”.

In lieu of this event, districts have been requested to host build-up programmes for the summit.
The iLembe District lead by chairperson for Anti-Substance Abuse and district mayor Siduduzo Gumede together with the Department of Social Development will host an anti-abuse march on Wednesday, April 26, commencing at SADTU Park (next to KwaDukuza Clinic) to the KwaDukuza Taxi Rank at 10am.

The public is urged to join the awareness march.

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