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  • MEC Sihle Zikalala, Deputy Minister for Trade and Industry, Bulelani Magwanishe, President Jacob Zuma, Premier Willies Mchunu and eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede at the launch of the KZN Invest SA One Stop Shop in Durban recently. The aim of the One Stop Shop is to coordinate and incorporate Special Economic Zones, provincial investment agencies, local authorities and government departments involved in registration, regulation, permits and licensing matters.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala delivered his keynote address during the 4th World Tamils Economic Conference held at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre. The motive behind this conference was to promote dialogue among Tamil society with the business community and professionals worldwide and also to create close cooperation and partnership for economic development,amongst other things.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala and HOD Ms Pumla Ncapayi met with the Chairpersons and Chief Executive Officers of all public entities that fall under the purview of the Department. This engagement was on the implementation and development of strategies that will respond to the prevailing adverse global conditions as part of EDTEA’s mandate. 3
  • The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala has, as part of the Taking Legislature to the People (TLP) programme, visited a Black owned company that produces and packages soya bean products. Seen in the picture is the owner, Mr. Musa Mchunu and MEC Zikalala.
  • The provincial government departments recently undertook the Multi-Party Delegation Oversight Visits to all 7 Municipalities under uMgungundlovu District to look into government achievements and challenges facing the electorate. MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala who is also the Leader of Government Business, responded to questions posed by the community of uMshwathi Municipality during the Taking Legislature to the people programme at Empolweni sportsfield.
  • MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala, responding to questions posed by the community of uMshwathi Municipality during the Taking Legislature to the people programme at Empolweni sportsfield recently.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, officially announced the province's festive season plans at the KZN IS SUMMER campaign recently held in St Michaels Beach, Port Shepstone, in the Ugu District Municipality. The annual campaign is aimed at cementing KZN's spot as the tourism destination of choice ahead of the start of the festive season. Seen in the picture is MEC Zikalala during the interview with SABC 2's Morning live presenter, Ms Pearl Shongwe.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, officially announced the province's festive season plans at the KZN IS SUMMER campaign recently held in St Michaels Beach, Port Shepstone, in the Ugu District Municipality. The annual campaign is aimed at cementing KZN's spot as the tourism destination of choice ahead of the start of the festive season. seen in the picture is MEC Zikalala delivering his keynote address during the KZN IS SUMMER proceedings.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, officially announced the province's festive season plans at the KZN IS SUMMER campaign recently held in St Michaels Beach, Port Shepstone, in the Ugu District Municipality. The annual campaign is aimed at cementing KZN's spot as the tourism destination of choice ahead of the start of the festive season. In the picture is MEC Zikalala with the Ugu District Leadership and various stakeholders.
  • As part of the October Transport Month programme, MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala participated in a road block at Bhambanana where he interacted with passengers and motorists. The programme has also seen the provincial government visiting communities to launch new roads which enhance access to crucial amenities such as schools, clinics, hospitals and other destinations.
  • As part of the October Transport Month programme, MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala participated in a road block at Bhambanana where he interacted with passengers and motorists. The programme has also seen the provincial government visiting communities to launch new roads which enhance access to crucial amenities such as schools, clinics, hospitals and other destinations.
  • As part of the October Transport Month programme, MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala participated in a road block at Bhambanana where he interacted with passengers and motorists. The programme has also seen the provincial government visiting communities to launch new roads which enhance access to crucial amenities such as schools, clinics, hospitals and other destinations.
  • COMPASSIONATE EAR: MEC Zikalala - flanked by King Cetshwayo District and Umhlathuze Mayors, Councillors Ntombenhle Mkhulisi and Mduduzi Mhlongo- listens attentively during a question and answer session during the Operation Vula and Radical Agrarian Socio Economic Transformation (RASET) Roadshow in that district recently. The programme, part of the province’s radical transformation efforts, is aimed at altering the skewed economic make-up of the province by empowering Black African owned enterprises in particular to become self sustaining. Community members welcomed the initiative, saying it would help them graduate from being subsistence to commercial farmers.
  • COMPASSIONATE EAR: MEC Zikalala - flanked by King Cetshwayo District and Umhlathuze Mayors, Councillors Ntombenhle Mkhulisi and Mduduzi Mhlongo- listens attentively during a question and answer session during the Operation Vula and Radical Agrarian Socio Economic Transformation (RASET) Roadshow in that district recently. The programme, part of the province’s radical transformation efforts, is aimed at altering the skewed economic make-up of the province by empowering Black African owned enterprises in particular to become self sustaining. Community members welcomed the initiative, saying it would help them graduate from being subsistence to commercial farmers.
  • MEC Sihle Zikalala during an interview with Ukhozi FM's Dudu Khoza as part of the Operation Vula Roadshow at the Ngwelezane Townhall in the King Cetshwayo District. MEC Zikalala briefed Amakhosi on Operation Vula and then proceeded to the Ngwelezane Townhall to engage with members of the public.
  • MEC Zikalala has urged the church to play a greater role in the moral regeneration of society. Addressing a gathering of the Lutheran Church to celebrate 500 years of the reformation in Durban, Zikalala said faith organisations had a task to occupy the forward trenches towards the creation of a moral world. "However, as the Church executes this task, it must, at the same time, be awake to the hazard of introducing and engendering an exclusive sense of judgement among its followers...it must take us back to the basics and teach the world about right and wrong as the Lord's prayer counsels."