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MKYL revives Ubuntu in Alexandra with a charity drive for flood victims

The MKYL Zone 13 in Alexandra launches a charity drive to aid those affected by the devastating floods in KZN and Eastern Cape.

The uMkhonto Wesizwe Youth League (MKYL) in Zone 13 in Alexandra embarked on a charity drive to revive the spirit of Ubuntu in the community by assisting those affected by the storms in KZN and the Eastern Cape.

The drive, which took place from Wednesday to Saturday, aimed to bridge the gap between leaders and the people in society, particularly in Alexandra.

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MKYL Zonal Task Team coordinator Nkele Galedzana say the organisation aims to continue its efforts to bridge the gap between leaders and the people in need.
MKYL Zonal Task Team coordinator Nkele Galedzana say the organisation aims to continue its efforts to bridge the gap between leaders and the people in need.

The charity drive, held at Ko9 Carwash in Alexandra on June 8, received donations from community members, Phuthaditjaba Care of the Aged, and MK and MKYL members.

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MKYL Zonal Task Team coordinator Nkele Galedzana said, “This drive is a reflection of our commitment to Ubuntu and our desire to make a positive impact in our community. We are proud to have been able to assist those affected by the floods and we look forward to continuing our efforts to make a difference in people’s lives.

The MKYL Zonal Task Team with items collected during the charity drive in Alexandra for flood victims in KZN and Eastern Cape.
The MKYL Zonal Task Team with items collected during the charity drive in Alexandra for flood victims in KZN and Eastern Cape.

“The charity drive is just the beginning of many initiatives that the MKYL has planned to address various issues affecting the community. The organisation aims to continue its efforts to bridge the gap between leaders and the people, providing a platform for organisations and civil societies to advocate for the needs of the people,” Galedzana said.

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