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City's Intervention on homeless people begins to pay dividends

Date: 2021-10-04 10:47:22

City's Intervention on homeless people begins to pay dividends

30 June 2020
City’s Intervention on homeless people begins to pay dividends.

The eThekwini Municipality’s intervention to alleviate the plight of the homeless people in the City during the Covid-19 lockdown and beyond, is beginning to reap the rewards.

The City is proud to announce that 55 homeless people have successfully completed the Basic Computer Skills Development training.

The homeless people currently accommodated at the municipality’s temporary shelters as a result of covid-19 lockdown, are receiving a new lease of life. Thanks to the partnership between eThekwini and NGO’s.

The skills development training comprises modules that are an Introduction to Computer, Hardware & Software, Basic Mouse Drills, Microsoft Word Typing Skills, Page Layout, Bullets & Numbering, and Table Construction (columns and rows).

These beneficiaries of this life changing programme are due to receive certificates at the graduation ceremony to which the media is cordially invited.

Details are as follows:
Date: 1 July 2020 (Wednesday)
Venue: DYI-262 Sylvester Ntuli Road, Durban (Next to George Campbell High School)
Time: 10:00 am

For media enquires contact eThekwini Municipality Spokesperson Msawakhe Mayisela 060 966 4220.


Issued by the eThekwini Municipality Acting Head of Communications Mandla Nsele