Minority Front supports Mother Daughter Charity high tea
The Minority Front and its member’s, together with the Party leader Mrs Shameen Thakur Rajbansi will be supporting the “Mother Daughter Charity High tea” which will be held on the 30th June at Demo Gardens, PMB. This exercise will be in aid of speaking against women and children abuse, a controversial topic that is around us. The high tea will be used as a tool to create awareness and advocacy about abuse rather than trying to eliminate the violence which cannot be controlled.
The purpose of the Mother Daughter Charity High Tea is to provide a meeting for women where there is a shift from informal socialising or opinionated discussion into a receptive attitude of thoughtful speaking and deep listening, to one another. Women congregate to laugh, share, heal, care, grieve and spiritually connect in community. There is power, energy and solidarity fostered by support, creativity and sharing of ideas. The ripple effect positively impacts society at large, said Mrs Rajbansi.
The Minority Front is passionate about South Africa achieving all 17 sustainable Development Goals by 2030, especially Goal 5 which is Gender Equality. Mrs Rajbansi believes that the Mother Daughter Charity high tea will be a vehicle that can be used to change the world, by assisting ordinary women to deal with daily challenges of violence, rape, discrimination and various forms of abuse, on an equal platform.
Mrs Rajbansi hopes that this initiative will encourage as many people as possible and educate women, men and children to do their share to support our women and children in our communities to resolve gender- relations problems. Please come in and support us with event.
The high tea will be led by Mandy Chibambo, director of La Dame Royal. She can be contacted on 0844156486 for further information.
Should you require any assistance by the Minority Front, kindly contact our constituency office at 581 Chota Motala Road, Raisethorpe.
Shameen Thakur- Rajbansi
Minority Front MPL KZN Legislature