Anti-violence march in city

2007-11-20 00:00

Participants will gather in the cathedral parking lot at 3 pm and start a silent procession along Langalibalele to Timber Street, into Church Street and back to St Peter's church.

The organisers have appealed to church leaders, theological institutions, students, youth movements and social activists to participate in the event. They encourage men and boys to take part in the proceedings, which will be graced by bishops, ministers and mayors.

Transport will be arranged on request; contact Nathi Mzila, Sthembile Nsimbini or Thabile Ngubane on 033 345 4819 or fax: 033 394 9965 or by e-mail:

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