Amakhosi in the province of KZN have applauded governments efforts to curb the spread of the Corona Virus and have urged communities to continue to abide by the regulations and measures put in place by the government.
This morning the KZN MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) Sipho Hlomuka this morning met with the Executive Committee of the Provincial House whose members he updated on government’s ongoing efforts to limit the spread of Covid-19. In his address, Hlomuka thanked amakhosi for the important role they play in reinforcing government’s message to communities about social distancing, wearing of masks and washing of hands with soap and water.
KZN MEC for Arts, Culture, Sports and Recreation Hlengiwe Mavimbela who also attended the meeting emphasised the importance of indigenous knowledge systems in the government’s fight to prevent the spread of the virus.
The Chair of the Provincial House, Inkosi Chiliza, emphasised the House’s commitment to the fights against the spread of the virus. Inkosi Chiliza also underscored the importance of preserving indigenous knowledge