2024 Update

While there was an initial delay in the water wells project, quotes were received and an agreement was made to proceed with three wells (Kwamahlangu High School; Community of Siyabuswa and Kuilsrivier).

The 1200 students at Kwamahlanga High School used to receive 2,500 litres of water once a week via a tanker and are now provided 12,5000 litres of water from the well which is 156 metres deep.

The Siyabusea A community has received water for the past five years via a water tanker once a week. With the well gushing water so well, the King is looking into connecting it to the main community supply.

The Kuilsrivier community of 8,000 were without water as the municipal water system was shut down for 5 years – resulting in the school having to close this year. This well is connected to the municipal waterways and is adequate for the community.

Proposal for building a new hospital in Mashirini, and a site for the nursing school adjacent to it.

Issues with church not maintaining facility – need for land acquisition of about 15 hectares for school.

Funding needed for food supplies for a 35 girls only orphanage.

The UICT is a girls only orphanage. The facility was acquired in 2017. It has 2 classrooms that houses the girls. After graduating from Grade 12, the girls move onto college or a university. 85% become tutors at these institutions.

King Ngwenyama Musi 2nd passed away at the age of 70.

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