KwaZulu-Natal government has set up a 94 member advisory body whose mandate will be to help foster social cohesion in the province. Launched on Wednesday, in Durban, the KZN Social Cohesion and Moral Regeneration council is made up of government (30) and 64 non-government members which includes figures from the business, faith-based, labour and youth structures. The initiative comes as a response to episodes intolerance including attacks on Africans in different parts of KZN and will work closely with provincial and local government layers. Acting Premier Sihle Zikalala said the council – which is made up of figures such as former Msunduzi Council Speaker Babu Baijoo – was aimed at ensuring that KZN communities live peacefully in knowing that while they have different cultural and religious backgrounds they have many features in common.
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