Minister of Sports Zizi Kodwa.

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Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture Zizi Kodwa and Deputy Minister Nocawe Mafu handed over sports facilities and sports attire in ministerial outreach programme in KwaZulu-Natal from 20 to 23 Feb

 
These engagements form part of the Ministerial Outreach Programme in which the Minister and Deputy Minister formally hand over sports facilities commissioned by the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture through its agencies. 

This programme continues interventions by the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture to develop schools in rural communities, and to make school sport the bedrock of sports development.
 
On Tuesday, 20 February 2024 at the Greater Kokstad Local Municipality, the Minister and Deputy Minister will hand over two multipurpose sports courts as part of the Netball World Cup Legacy programme, in conjunction with The Sports Trust, the implementation partner of the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture. The Sports Trust celebrates 30 years of enhancing education through sport. Following this engagement, the Minister and Deputy Minister will open a library at Shayamoya Secondary School.

On Thursday, 22 February 2024, a sports field will be handed over at Banqobile Secondary School in Mkhambathini, while on Friday, 23 February 2024, a sports field will be handed over in Impendle.

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