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OPERATION SUKUMA SAKHE (OSS), a project of Dr Zweli Mkhize, former Premier of KZN, is aimed at unlocking development by addressing issues of access to resources that are required for the satisfaction of these basic needs.



Operation Sukuma Sakhe

09 May 2019

Operation Sukuma Sakhe began as the poverty eradication wing of the KZN government first spearheaded by former premier Dr Zweli Mkhize. It aims to make meaningful household interventions on poverty possible and to address the needs of the most vulnerable and deprived communities and households. In this way it seeks to make rural development and sustainable livelihood a realizable vision and to create opportunities for skills development and employment. Operation Sukuma Sakhe aims to rebuild...


Hibiscus Coast Distribution with OSS

22 Jul 2015

The Al-Imdaad Foundation reached out to needy elderly residents of the Hibiscus coast Municipality through the distribution of blankets, warm hats, hygiene packs and walking sticks. The Al-Imdaad Foundation partnered in the distribution with Operation Sukuma Sakhe and representatives of Bargain Group.


Al-Imdaad Foundation’s Mandela day activities

16 Jul 2015

The Al-Imdaad Foundation participated in activities to commemorate Mandel day including the cleaning up of a Willowfontein Lake. The Al-Imdaad Foundation also distributed school uniforms to needy students in the Willowfontein. The event took place together with Minister of Communications, Ms Faith Muthambi.


Operation Sukuma Sakhe 2015

31 Dec 2014

Rural poverty in South Africa is often hard to target because of the small villages and isolated settlements in which many citizens live. They are often excluded from the political process because of a lack of access and their participation in the fruits of development is limited. For this reason, Operation Sukuma Sakhe was launched by KZN premier, Zweli Mkezi to directly target poverty and suffering in rural areas through processes of community engagement. Operation Sukuma Sakhe aims to rebuild...


Operation Sukuma Sakhe 2014

31 Dec 2013

Rural areas are generally characterised by a lack of the basic necessities of life and this inadequate satisfaction of basic needs lies at the core of poverty. Basic needs are those human requirements that are necessary to make human survival and development possible in a given society. Taking into consideration that a basic satisfaction of needs will afford everyone a better quality of life, The OPERATION SUKUMA SAKHE (OSS), a project of Dr Zweli Mkhize Premier of KZN is aimed at unlocking...


Operation Sukuma Sakhe 2013

31 Dec 2012

Partnering with Operation Sukuma Sakhe allows the Al-Imdaad Foundation to directly target the specific needs of rural South Africans. By addressing cases that have been identified and profiled by local task teams and Community Care Givers the Al-Imdaad Foundation can target the poorest students, elderly and disabled community members, child headed households and other vulnerable groups providing specific items that directly address their requirements.


Operation Sukuma Sakhe 2012

31 Dec 2011

Rural areas are generally characterised by a lack of the basic necessities of life and this inadequate satisfaction of basic needs lies at the core of poverty. Basic needs are those human requirements that are necessary to make human survival and development possible in a given society. Taking into consideration that a basic satisfaction of needs will afford everyone a better quality of life, The OPERATION SUKUMA SAKHE (OSS), a project of Dr Zweli Mkhize Premier of KZN is aimed at unlocking...


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