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Port Dunford Thusong Service Centre reached out to the Community

22 Aug 2018
 
Traditional Authority and community members who attended the workshop
LifeLine Zululand has rolled out the Cash plus Care Programme supported by Cindi, the Children in Distress Network.

The Arts & Culture unit within the uMhlathuzi Municipality and the Thusong Centre, provided an opportunity for the upcoming local artists to showcase their talents. The event was attended by community members who showed appreciation and support to the artist. The Thusong Centre provided the platform to showcase different genres within the music industry. Among the local artist, the Centre hosted Maskandi Artist Skhumbuzo who launched his CD during the event.

The Centre further convene other activities at the Centre as a way of marketing the services of the centre.

 Build-up Workshop for Kwa-Mkhwanazi Traditional Authority

Cash Plus Care Programme
Helping to deter young girls from looking for financial ‘favours’ and support from ‘sugar daddies’
The project has reached hundreds of girls and young women and focuses on helping them improve their self-esteem and confidence and provide them with an incentive of cash and shopping vouchers, which they can use for their basic needs. The target is 19 to 24-year-olds and helps them to fight the challenges of the ‘sugar daddy’ trap, HIV/Aids and social ills. The programme is attended by 33 young adults at the Portdunfrod Thusong Centre for Four (4) days, Monday to Thursday


 
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