MEDIA STATEMENT BY THE
INKATHA FREEDOM PARTY

 


FORMAL LAUNCH OF NATIONAL SOUTH AFRICAN WORKERS WELFARE
 
BY THE PATRON PRINCE MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI

Cape Town : February 14, 2005

The National South African Workers Welfare (NASAWW), which is working to educate and develop the workers of South Africa about HIV/Aids, will be formally launched in Cape Town on the 17th February 2005.

Members of the media corps are cordially welcome to attend. The launch will take place at 17hr00, at the Cape Hollow Boutique Hotel, 88 Queen Victoria Street (opposite Company Gardens and the Planetarium).

NASAWW's new patron, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, the Traditional Prime Minister of the Zulu Nation, will formally open the launch.

The General-Secretary of the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union (SATUWA), Mr Randall Howard will address the delegates and invited guests at the launch.

Already within the first two years of its existence, NASAWW has set four offices in the Western Cape (George, Worcester, Bellville and Cape Town) to assist and train workers and members of SATAWU about HIV/AIDS related issues in the workplace and their communities.

Contact: Manfred Gums

Chairperson of the Board of NASAWW

Tel: +27 21 422 5093

Cell: +27 072 193 5976

Fax: +27 21422 5329

e-mail: [email protected]