MINISTER LINDIWE ZULU TO LEAD INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATION AT RUSTENBURG CONFERENCE

International Women’s Day, celebrated worldwide, acknowledges women's social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. Additionally, it serves as a call to action for advancing women's empowerment and gender parity.
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  • The International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women empowerment and gender equality.
  • The event, hosted by the Trans-Orange Conference of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, will convene 1,500 women from diverse backgrounds to focus on empowering women on various fronts, including financial management, mental health, community service, and spiritual enrichment.
  • Minister Zulu aims to foster closer collaboration between government and faith-based communities to address pressing socio-economic challenges in South Africa, such as alcohol and substance abuse, crime, teenage pregnancy, child protection, and gender-based violence.

 

Minister Lindiwe Zulu, is set to headline the commemoration of International Women’s Day at the Seventh-Day Adventist Women’s Ministries Conference. The event will take place today, 08 March at the Sun City Convention Centre, Rustenburg.

Organized by the Trans-Orange Conference of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, the International Women’s Day Conference aims to unite 1,500 women delegates from various demographics, including age, race, and cultural background. Discussions will revolve around crucial topics such as financial management, mental wellness, community service, and spiritual enrichment. Notably, women comprise a significant 59% of the Trans Orange Conference’s population, emphasizing the importance of gender equality and empowerment.

International Women’s Day, celebrated worldwide, acknowledges women’s social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. Additionally, it serves as a call to action for advancing women’s empowerment and gender parity.

Minister Zulu will leverage this platform to advocate for enhanced collaboration between government entities and faith-based communities. She aims to address prevalent socio-economic challenges in South Africa, including alcohol and substance abuse, crime, teenage pregnancy, child protection, and gender-based violence.

Members of the media are cordially invited to cover and attend the event, details as follows:

Date: Friday, 08 March 2024
Venue: Sun City Convention Centre, R556, Sun City
Time: 17:00

This celebration promises to be a significant moment in the ongoing pursuit of gender equality and women’s empowerment in South Africa.

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