Hundreds honour Gandhi’s legacy

2018-05-03 06:02
At the annual Salt March are (from left) Tholsi Mudly, Vasanthi Govender, Preggy Govender and Mala Nundlall, (front left) Danaaya Govender and Darion Nundlall.PHOTO: supplied

At the annual Salt March are (from left) Tholsi Mudly, Vasanthi Govender, Preggy Govender and Mala Nundlall, (front left) Danaaya Govender and Darion Nundlall.PHOTO: supplied

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HUNDREDS of residents took part in the annual Salt March to celebrate the centenary of former president Nelson Mandela and anti-apartheid activist Albertina Sisulu.

The march took place at the Amphitheatre on the Durban Beachfront on Sunday, April 22.

The Gandhi Development Trust together with the mayor of eThekwini Zandile Gumede made a call out to the community for more people to participate in the march which is a five kilometre walk starting from the Amphitheatre.

Residents from Tongaat, Verulam and Phoenix participated in the march to honour the legacy of peace activist
Mahatma Gandhi.

The march is held to remember past and current injustices across the world.

This year the marchers also paid tribute to former presidents Nelson
Mandela and apartheid activist
Albertina Sisulu who would have turned 100 years old this year.

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