18 January 2013

South Africa: Helen Zille to Officially Open Crèche in Matibidi

press release

On Sunday 20th January, DA National Leader, Helen Zille, accompanied by DA Mpumalanga provincial leader Anthony Benadie, DA Mpumalanga provincial chairperson James Masango, DA councillors and activists will officially open the Remmogo crèche in Matibidi Village.

The crèche was built after DA Cllr Johan Ligthelm identified the need for a proper child care and education facility in this impoverished community in one of the furthest corners of Mpumalanga. A generous donation was secured and construction of the school commenced in October 2012.

There will be opportunities for interviews and photographs.

Date: Sunday 20 January 2013

Time: 09h30

Venue: Remmogo crèche, Matibidi Village


From Nelspruit proceed along R40 towards White River.

After approximately 18 km turn left onto the R537 towards Sabie.

After approximately 44 km, turn left at T-junction into Sabie.

Continue straight through Sabie onto the R532 towards Graskop.

After 22km at the split, turn right towards Graskop.

At the second stop sign after entering Graskop turn left into Hoof Street.

Turn right at the first stop sign (adjacent the Graskop Hotel) onto Louis Trichardt Street.

Turn left at T-Junction onto R532 towards Bourke's Luck.

Continue along R532 for 50km (past Bourke's Luck and Blyde River Canyon)

Turn left into Matibidi Village and follow DA pointers. Entrance is just before Forever Resort Blyde Canyon

GPS location: -24.582602, 30.770633

Helen Zille, Leader of the Democratic Alliance

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