Nkomo vows to continue supporting San community

THE LATE Vice-President John Nkomo’s son, Jabulani, has pledged to continue assisting the San community in Tsholotsho.

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This comes after reports that Jabulani had snubbed a cultural meeting of the San people at the weekend where he was supposed to be guest of honour.

“Jabulani was never invited as a guest of honour to attend the San commemorations, but as an interested stakeholder,” he said.

“An apology was given to the organisers (on my failure to attend).”

The San celebrated the United Nations International Day of the World’s Indigenous People at Gariya Dam in Tsholotsho on Saturday.

Celebrations were mearnt to revive the dying Tshara-Tshwao culture and language.
Jabulani pays school fees and provides groceries for children in the San community studying at Landa J High School.

The San people are mostly found in Tsholotsho and Plumtree.

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