Isizwe sama Tolo launches youth programme

2017-03-30 06:02
The nation of Amatolo gathered last week in Khayelitsha.

The nation of Amatolo gathered last week in Khayelitsha.

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The Tolo nation launched its youth programme at the St. John’s International Church in Site B on Saturday.

The event was attended by officials from the Department of Arts & Culture, Department of Health and Division of Traditional Affairs.

These departments made a commitment to boost the cultural efforts that are made by the AmaTolo nation.

Among the guests were other traditional leaders from other nations, such as amaXhosa, amaMpondomise, amaMpondo, amaBhaca, abaSotho, amaZulu, abaThembu and amaNdebele.

The Tolo nation was also blessed to host a spokesperson from The Great Shembe. All this success was made possible by the incessant drive and vision of the leader of St. John’s International Church, Bishop. Mthotywa who is also known in the circles of traditional leadership as Chief Daluxolo.

The event was a huge success.

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