Seen is Nomceba Goba, Anna Mokoena, Kidar Ramgobin, Mahatma Gandhi’s great-grandchild, Zanasawzi Mzobe, Roshan Koobblal, Bongani Mbanjwa, Mzwakhe Mbatha, Bongani Mthembu, Thulile Ndlela, Musa Makhoba, Lilian Mokoatle, and Aphiwe Gondwana, who are all students and representatives of the Mahatma Gandhi Phoenix Settlement committee.
Believing that good should not only be done on Mandela Day but continuously, the Mahatma Gandhi Phoenix Settlement have ongoing projects lined up all in the name of the late Nelson Mandela.
In light of Mandela Month, the Mahatma Gandhi Phoenix Settlement extends a special invite to the public to the venue.
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A visit to the historic site will allow residents to enjoy reading and listening to all the available information not only on peace apostle, Mahatma Gandhi but Madiba and the road to democracy at all.
The Phoenix Settlement comprised of 100 acres of land and was purchased by Gandhiji in 1904.
Since the Inanda Riots, a number of the buildings including Gandhi’s house have been restored and the settlement now forms part of Inanda Heritage Trail.