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Minister: Bathabile Olive Dlamini
Deputy Minister: Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu
Deputy Minister
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MINISTER DLAMINI IS LEADING A YOUTH CAMP Print E-mail
Saturday, 09 December 2017

“Unity in Action, Youth Action Propelling South Africa Forward”

 

The Minister of Social Development (DSD), Ms Bathabile Dlamini, will, on Sunday, December 10, be holding the closing ceremony of the Annual DSD Youth Camp at the 3 South African Infantry (SAI) Battalion in Roodepan, Kimberley.

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THE DSD YOUTH CAMP IS FIVE YEARS OLD! Print E-mail
Saturday, 02 December 2017

It is all systems go for the Department of Social Development’s annual youth camp. The youth camp which was started by Minister Bathabile Dlamini in 2012 to promote social cohesion, encourages young people to be change agents and be leaders in their own communities. The National Youth Camp which is held under the theme, “Unity in action, Youth Action Propelling South Africa Forward” will be attended by 1 000 young persons from across the country’s nine provinces.

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DEPUTY MINISTER BOGOPANE-ZULU TO MEET WITH DISABILITY VETERANS IN PARKTOWN – GAUTENG PROVINCE Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 November 2017

The struggle for emancipation of persons with disabilities can be traced back from apartheid era where the rights of persons with disabilities were not recognised.  In South Africa, some of the veterans who fought for the rights of persons with disabilities is the late Friday Mavuso, a paraplegic and founder of Self-Help Association of Paraplegics (Shap), a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) in Soweto, established with the aim of providing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.

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