IFP leader, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi,
will be on a walkabout in the Zonkizizwe and Alexandra Townships
in Gauteng on Sunday, November 20, urging the residents to
register to vote in the upcoming local government elections
scheduled for March 1, 2006.
The Prince will interact with the
residents, visitors and Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)
officials at various registration stations in the Ekurhuleni and
the City of Johannesburg municipalities, debating the benefits
of voting in the forthcoming elections.
Prince Butheleziís message will be to
urge the people of Gauteng to exercise their most important
political right in order to secure for themselves municipal
bodies that will deliver best services which will, in turn,
enhance the quality of the residentsí lives.
Prince Butheleziís walkabout in the
Ekurhuleni municipal district will begin at 11:00am at the
Zonkizizwe Library registration station, from where it will
proceed to the Zonkizizwe Community Hall at 11:30, and then on
to Thoboga Auditorium at 12:00. The Prince will make a number of
house calls in the area.
Prince Buthelezi will make another
appearance in the City of Johannesburg municipal district, at
the registration station in Alexandraís 8th Avenue old age
home at 13:00. From there, the Prince will move on to the
Alexandra Library and the Helen Joseph ward where he will
address the residents and the media.
The media are invited to participate.
For more information,
contact Jon Cayzer at 084 555 7144