The KwaZulu-Natal department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (EDTEA) is pioneering the Bulk Buying and Warehousing programme, an intervention which is expected to dramatically transform the architecture of the provincial economy

As part of preparing to grand launch of this programme scheduled to take place later in Mandeni Municipality later this month, EDTEA MEC Mr Sihle Zikalala held a massive road show in Esikhaleni Township, which followed an earlier business regulations drive which was held in King Cetshwayo District which saw the Authorities shutting down few businesses that flouted an array of trade regulations as determined by the KZN Provincial Government.

 


Seen in the pic is the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Mr Sihle Zikalala and Cllr Mdu Mhlongo Mayor of uMhlathuze Municipality during the Business Regulation Inspection that was conducted in Richards Bay CBD.

 


Seen in the pic is the Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Consumer Protection Manager Mr Tsepiso Selepe with the MEC Mr Sihle Zikalala Looking at the goods quality from one of the shops visited during the Business Regulation Inspection that was conducted in Richards Bay CBD.

 

 


Seen in the pic is the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs Mr Sihle Zikalala addressing the King Cetshwayo Community at the Bulk Buying and Warehousing programme awareness campaign held at Esikhaleni FET sports ground.