Council to take stock

2016-07-20 06:00

THE Free State Council for the Blind will take stock of the progress made in strengthening the organisation in the province at its annual general meeting taking place in Frankfort on Saturday (23/07).

Solomon Nkosi, spokesperson, said they were expecting approximately 50 delegates to attend the meeting.

“The meeting is the provincial parliament where the council is constitutionally bound to bring together all its provincial affiliates.

“We will look at the progress made, and at the achievements, challenges and failures since the previous meeting,” said Nkosi.

He said this year’s plenary would discuss various aspects to strengthen the organisation in order that it may render good service to its affiliate members and to people who are visually impaired.

For more information contact Solomon Nkosi on 078-747-5719.

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