ULTIMATE 4 SECURITY SPECIALISING IN Armed & Unarmed Guards . Alarm Installation . Monitoring & Reaction . CCTV . Gate Automation Excess Control . Special Events . Sales & Service . Alarm Equipment . VIP Protection smme News @smme_news 22 BLAINE STREET . STANGER . 032 552 2337 . 083 502 2946 061 400 0832 firstname.lastname@example.org 20 000 copies distributed free monthly within Ilembe District (Mandeni, Maphumulo, Ndwedwe and KwaDukuza) - Issue No. 5 - 14 JUNE2016 Tel: 032 946 9017/18 - email@example.com, www.smme-news.co.za Ilembe Districts produces two new MECs Page 3 the mastermind behind Superior Kitchens Page 4 UCEC Anti Human Trafficking Campaign Page 7 Publication made possible by ASK THE EXPERTS Page 11 Robert Kennedy’s daughter visits Luthuli Museum Xolani Nxumalo HISTORY repeated itself last week when the third daughter of late Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the United Stated of America (USA), paid a visit to Luthuli Museum, at Groutville, to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic visit of her father to Inkosi Albert Luthuli in 1966. Kerry Marry Kennedy (56) is the 7th child of Senator Kennedy and Ethel. Her father was brother to the late president of US, President John F. Kennedy. He visited Inkosi Luthuli at his house in Groutville in 1966 to listen to his wise words after Inkosi Luthuli had received a Noble Peace Price in 1960. Inkosi Luthuli, an author of a book titled, ‘Let my people go’, was the president of African National Congress (ANC) from December 1952 until his death in 1967. He was the most widely known and respected African leader. In her recent visit, Kerry was accompanied by the Minister of Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa and an American delegation. She was welcome by the mayor of KwaDukuza Ricardo Mthembu and Inkosi Luthuli’s daughter Dr Albertinah Luthuli. One of the speakers in this occasion, was a former student of Inkosi Luthuli at Adam’s College in Amanzimtoti, Inkosi Mangosuthu Buthelezi. She also laid wreath at Luthuli’s grave. Describing Kerry’s father visit to Groutville, Kenneth Kaplan, a lecturer at Wits University once said, “His visit with Chief Luthuli was a big publicity boost for the ANC, which in 1966 was in the depths of the deepest repression with Nelson Mandela on Robben Island and Luthuli banned to Groutville.” Meanwhile Donald Trump of the Republican Party and Hillary Clinton of Democratic Party have emerged as their parties’ presidential nominees respectively. The US presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Laying wreath at Inkosi Albert Luthuli’s grave at Groutville are from left KwaDukuza Mayor Ricardo Mthembu, Kerry Kennedy, Dr Albertina Luthuli and US Ambasardor to South Africa Patrick Gaspard.