Posted on July 26, 2011 15:39
The KZN Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation Department in partnership with AmaZulu on Monday reminded the Ndwedwe community of the importance of education in a formal presentation of a mobile library and books courtesy of the National Library of South Africa.
The contingency led by AmaZulu PRO Philani Mabaso, Development Coordinator Ronnie Moroka and player Tsweu Mokoro were well received by the locals on a rainy morning.
Deliberately organized to be an extension of Mandela Day - the books handover will inspire the community to strive to love education and be uplifted through sport.
Philani Mabaso told the gathered crowd, “as a club we can be focused on sport but at the end of the day there are other issues that affect us directly too.
"We feel it is important that we be part of things like these”.
'Usuthu' player Tsweu Mokoro encouraged the primary scholars to pay attention in class and at the end of the proceedings presented adidas boots and balls to the schools.