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MUNICIPALITY JOINS IN CELEBRATIONS

27 May 2021
Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (left), recently joined in on the celebrations at Ithemba Family Support Centre in Tokyo Sexwale, Jeffreys Bay. The Centre – established in 2007 and boasting 180 learners from three years old to Grade R, as well as up to 100 aftercare learners when running at full capacity – celebrated the abundance of blessing from residents, businesses, visitors, and God over the past year. With Hendricks are founder Ria Pieters (right) and learners (front from left) Russel Midziu, Thiago Abasalie, and Aluphiwe Blou.

Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (left), recently joined in on the celebrations at Ithemba Family Support Centre in Tokyo Sexwale, Jeffreys Bay. The Centre – established in 2007 and boasting 180 learners from three years old to Grade R, as well as up to 100 aftercare learners when running at full capacity – celebrated the abundance of blessing from residents, businesses, visitors, and God over the past year. With Hendricks are founder Ria Pieters (right) and learners (front from left) Russel Midziu, Thiago Abasalie, and Aluphiwe Blou.

Kouga Executive Mayor, Horatio Hendricks (left), recently joined in on the celebrations at Ithemba Family Support Centre in Tokyo Sexwale, Jeffreys Bay. The Centre – established in 2007 and boasting 180 learners from three years old to Grade R, as well as up to 100 aftercare learners when running at full capacity – celebrated the abundance of blessing from residents, businesses, visitors, and God over the past year. With Hendricks are founder Ria Pieters (right) and learners (front from left) Russel Midziu, Thiago Abasalie, and Aluphiwe Blou.