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AbaQulusi Mayor, Jerry Sibiya, greeted visitors coming through Vryheid along the R34.

VRYHEID Tourism rolled out another successful annual Road Safety and Tourism Awareness Road Campaign in December along the R34 near Vryheid.

Despite strong winds and cooler weather, tourists and visitors to Vryheid were greeted with smiles and the hospitality synonymous with our tourism industry in AbaQulusi.

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Mayor, Jerry Sibiya, addressed all who attended, encouraging safe road habits like not drinking and driving and always wearing a safety belt.

“Let’s all join hands,” said Mayor Sibiya in his address to the crowd, “to make Vryheid a better place for all. To welcome the people that are going to visit Vryheid. I always say one thing,” he added, smiling proudly. “I know Vryheid residents behave themselves. The fatalities that we come across, you’ll find that those registrations are not from Vryheid…”

“We wish all of you and your families a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year…”

Speaker, Michael Khumalo, braved the elements to attend the roadshow, despite having flu and added, “Please look after yourselves…”

“May the good Lord be with you all,” concluded Mayor Sibiya.

Visit the Vryheid Herald Facebook page for the full video of Mayor Sibiya’s speech.

Elaine Rodway

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