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Celebrating Health, Creating Awareness

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AT REGION 5, CITY OF TSHWANE
World AIDS Awareness Day 2013

December 1st is World AIDS Awareness Day and will be celebrated in Cullinan on Saturday, 30th November 2013, for the Tshwane North Cluster (Tshwane North and Metsweding) with special events and activities

You are invited as a special Guest to join the CDII Tshwane Blue Diamond Heritage Tour and to safely travel by luxury tour bus from Pretoria (Union Buildings) to Refilwe and Cullinan along the CDII envisaged new Blue Diamond Heritage Tourism Route.

Cullinan is one of the world’s largest producers of the blue diamond and is the only working diamond mine in the world which offers Tours of the Mine. Cullinan has produced the world’s largest diamonds.

A special CDII Tour Bus will leave the Union Buildings at 09h00 on 30th November 2013, and will travel along CDII’s envisaged Tshwane Blue Diamond Heritage Tourism Route to the Refilwe AIDS Orphanage and then onto the CDII World AIDS Awareness Day Event in Cullinan. The Tour Bus will return to the Union Buildings in Pretoria after the Official Opening of the CDII World AIDS Awareness Day Event at approximately 14h00.

Invited Dignitaries may choose, if they wish to have their own transport available, to have their Driver follow the CDII Tour Bus and/or to meet them in Cullinan and travel home themselves. Alternatively, they may return to the Union Buildings on the CDII Tour Bus.

Kindly contact CDII’s Mapula Tlhagale for additional information.
(Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    Tel: (+27) 71 5042 179)

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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