KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Mr S’bu Ndebele, accompanied by Amafa chairman Mr Arthur Konigkramer, KZN Director-General Dr Kwazi Mbanjwa, and Professor Sihawu Ngubane, deputy chairman of the African Renaissance, will be visiting the eMakhosini Ophathe Heritage Park on Sunday.
This will include a visit to the uMgungundlovu multi-media centre nearing completion close to King Dingane’s former royal homestead at uMgungundlovu. This facility will highlight four centuries of stirring Zulu history and act as the starting point for visitors to explore the natural and cultural attractions of the region.
The media is invited to attend on Sunday.
Further information: Logan Maistry on 083 6444 050.