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  • EDTEA and it's entity, Ithala are today hosting a thought leadership session tittled: "Public-private partnerships as a driver for radical economic transformation". Among the panelists are MEC for Economic Development Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, ZICO Executive chairman, Mr Sandile Zungu and Verigreen CEO, Mr Mike Maziya. The programme Director was veteran journalist, Ms Siki Mgabadeli.
  • The MEC for Economic Development Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, has reassured the KZN business community that the province remained a sound investment destination. MEC Zikalala was also scathing in his criticism of those who described radical economic transformation as a looting of the state saying that the programme was aimed at redressing past economic imbalances which had, for the longest time, benefitted a minority while the vast majority of Black Africans became peripherial spectators.
  • The annual Manufacturing Indaba Kwazulu-Natal brings together provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, find out about the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, and provide a platform for networking and collaboration. The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala gave a keynote address during the 2017 Manufacturing Indaba held in Durban At the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre recently.
  • The annual Manufacturing Indaba Kwazulu-Natal brings together provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, find out about the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, and provide a platform for networking and collaboration. The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala is seen with members of Mazimba Engineering, Down Stream Aluminium Centre for Technology during the 2017 Manufacturing Indaba held in Durban At the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre recently.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Sihle Zikalala, has issued a stern warning to poaching syndicates targeting rhinoceros for their horns that the province of KwaZulu-Natal had deployed additional field rangers to its parks to protect the endangered species. Zikalala was speaking to the media during a rhino capture at the Spienkop Game Reserve recently.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Sihle Zikalala, has issued a stern warning to poaching syndicates targeting rhinoceros for their horns that the province of KwaZulu-Natal had deployed additional field rangers to its parks to protect the endangered species. Zikalala was speaking to the media during a rhino capture at the Spienkop Game Reserve recently.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Sihle Zikalala, has issued a stern warning to poaching syndicates targeting rhinoceros for their horns that the province of KwaZulu-Natal had deployed additional field rangers to its parks to protect the endangered species. Zikalala was speaking to the media during a rhino capture at the Spienkop Game Reserve recently.
  • Thousands of maidens converged on King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu's Enyokeni Palace for the annual Umkhosi Womhlanga (Reed Dance festival). MEC Zikalala was also there.
  • Crème de la crème: The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala, has honoured the province's best performing hospitality establishments at the annual Lilizela Awards organized by Tourism KwaZulu-Natal. The event was held at the King Cetshwayo District Municipality, north of the province. The winners go on to represent KwaZulu-Natal at national level.
  • Crème de la crème: The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala, has honoured the province's best performing hospitality establishments at the annual Lilizela Awards organized by Tourism KwaZulu-Natal. The event was held at the King Cetshwayo District Municipality, north of the province. The winners go on to represent KwaZulu-Natal at national level.
  • The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala, interacted with the community of Ward 6 in Mzingazi under the King Cetshwayo District Municipality as part of the province's Operation Sukuma Sakhe - an outreach programme led by Premier Willies Mchunu and members of the KZN Executive Council. It is aimed at identifying and proposing solutions to challenges afflicting communities such as poverty, unemployment, crime, substance abuse and HIV & AIDS.
  • MEC Sihle Zikalala has urged greater community involvement in the fight against social ills. Zikalala addressed the community of ward 6, Mzingazi. As part of Operation Sukuma Sakhe, members of the KZN Executive Council have been deployed to the Umfolozi Local Municipality under the King Cetshwayo District in the north of the province to interact with the communities on their challenges and aspirations.
  • TOURISM IS SERVED: KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala, prepares a serving of a warm KwaZulu-Natal welcome at The Joint Jazz on Durban's beach front. Tourism KZN has embarked on a campaign called #wedotourism ahead of Tourism Month in September. #gottaluvkzn
  • TOURISM IS SERVED: KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr. Sihle Zikalala, prepares a serving of a warm KwaZulu-Natal welcome at The Joint Jazz on Durban's beach front. Tourism KZN has embarked on a campaign called #wedotourism ahead of Tourism Month in September. #gottaluvkzn
  • The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, attended the Ingcubhe ceremony held at Emadungeni Traditional Council in Highflats under the Harry Gwala District. The ceremony, an annual affair, is a call to action to the community by its leader, Inkosi Chiliza, to take a stand against moral decay and instill among young people the positive values of respect and ubuntu.
  • Former AU Chairperson, Dr Nkosazane Dlamini-Zuma has urged the youth of the Harry Gwala District Municipality to take advantage of the entrepreneurial opportunities made available to them by government as part of its radical economic transformation programme. Dlamini-Zuma who was accompanied by the KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Sihle Zikalala, was speaking at the annual Ingcubhe ceremony organised by Inkosi Chiliza, leader of the Emadungeni community. The ceremony aims to inculcate a culture of respect and ubuntu among the youth. Dr Dlamini-Zuma also hails from the Harry Gwala District.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Mr Sihle Zikalala and the Chief Executive Officer of The Loerie Awards; Mr Andrew Human during the 2017 awards ceremony recently held at the Durban’s ICC.
  • MEC Sihle Zikalala "Mr Radical Economic Transformation" recently visited a tissue manufacturing company in Greytown. This youth owned co-operative has benefited from the R2 million co-operative development programme funded by the department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs and Transnet.
  • The KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala, has reassured businesses operating in KwaZulu-Natal that the province remained a sound investment destination that had their interests at heart. Speaking at the KZN Growth Coalition Breakfast held in Durban this morning and attended by top business leaders, Zikalala said government, working with business, had the urgent task of stimulating economic growth and ensuring stability in light of the technical recession facing the country.
  • MEC Zikalala "Mr Radical Economic Transformation" live on Gagasi fm (18/08/2017), unpacking initiatives and programmes of KZN EDTEA
  • The tourism industry in Mkhanyakude is expected to grow exponentially in the near future, thanks to a planned multi-million rand facelift for the Mkhuze Airport unveiled by the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala. The R32 million upgrade project would see the airport creating its own globally recognized identity as safari enthusiasts would now fly into the King Shaka International Airport and thereafter take a direct flight to Mkhuze.
  • MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Sihle Zikalala during the R32 million upgrade project for the Mkhuze Airport facelift recently.
  • The MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; Sihle Zikalala, the Mayor of eThekwini Metro; Councillor Zandile Gumede (left) cut a ribbon to mark the launch of the R99.2million iDube Cold Storage Facility at the Dube Trade Port Special Economic Zone in Durban today. The facility, one of KZN's largest multi-purpose cold storage facilities, has the capacity to handle 8600 mobile pallets and can store up to 12 000 tonnes of perishable products.