Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane on Tuessday reassured the public that student l.
MEET one of South Africa's numerous unassuming, selfless and deeply patriotic nation-builders, Mxolisi Mdletshe. The university student is on his way to becoming a true servant of the people.
He is seen here with pupils of Ekujabuleni Primary School at Clermont, Pinetown in Durban. He was invited to the school recently to teach students and staff to sing the national anthem properly.
Sowetan's regular readers of our corporate social investment or nation-building campaign projects will remember Mdletshe's Mission Possible cycling runs between Gauteng and Western Cape last year. His current youth and community development campaign is aptly dubbed the South African Dream for his SA Dream Foundation. Volunteers who help Mdletshe are known as the Dream Team.
Sowetan Nation Building, for the Aggrey Klaaste Nation Building Foundation, helps Mdletshe and his giving kin with media and publicity.
Mission Impossible featured stop-overs in the country's small towns and cities and was hosted and accommodated by ordinary citizens. Community newspapers and radio stations interviewed Mdletshe on the crucial issue of patriotism.
With South African Dream, Mdletshe is working with mostly school children to promote the proper singing of the anthem, the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of our national symbols as well as to appreciate our beautiful rainbow nation.
To help Mdletshe in any way possible, you can telephone him at 082-059-2912.