Siyanda Dlamini has embarked on a ’Peace Walk’ across the country.
A MESSAGE of peace and unity is being spread among citizens of the country as Siyanda Dlamini embarks on a ’Peace Walk’ from Durban to Cape Town.
Dlamini stopped off in Kimberley on Tuesday following his walk from Bloemfontein.
“The walk started in Durban four weeks ago. I then proceeded via the N2 to Secunda to Soweto in Gauteng. After that, I proceeded to Mpumalanga, then North West and thereafter Bloemfontein in the Free State. From Bloemfontein, I then came to Kimberley,” said Dlamini.
“I have been preaching the word of peace along my journey. I have met plenty of people who are curious about the walk. I then share the aim of the walk with them and what a difference their actions, no matter how small they might think it is, can have on their fellow man.”
Dlamini added that he has visited several schools during his journey.
“I had talks with learners at different schools. I have highlighted that even as young people they can change the country into a more peaceful and loving country for all if they show peace to everyone they come across. We carry a lot of anger and the crime rate is very high. That is concerning. However, we can also have a high rate of peace if we all stand united for peace,” he said.
“I am just a normal citizen who stands for peace amongst all citizens. We need peace in this land. I decided to embark on a walk across the country as sport is one of the things that unites us as a country.”