Deputy president in Greytown

2015-04-30 13:51


Cyril Ramaphosa will be in Greytown on Saturday 25 April.

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THE deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa­, will be in Greytown on Saturday 25 April at Lakhi’s sports field to talk about the 60 years of the Freedom Charter.

His address will start at 12pm.

In view of this, the Umvoti Municipality has announced that Voortrekker Street, between Kelly and Maitland streets, will be closed to traffic from 7am to 6pm on Saturday.

Road closure signs will be in place and traffic officers will be there to assist.

For further information, call Protection Services manager T.M. Ndaba on 033 423 9138 or Golff 911 on 417 2911

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