March marked a momentous occasion as we hosted our IBL Community Prayer Day, a one-of-a-kind event that resonated with passion and purpose. Together, we gathered in prayer, focusing our intentions on addressing pressing social issues like gender-based violence, youth unemployment, government challenges and road safety.

The prayer session drew an impressive array of participants, including representatives from the Taxi industry and local churches. Notably, we were graced by the presence of our esteemed Premier, Mr. Mxolisi Dukwana and the MEC of Community Safety, Roads and Transport, Mrs. Maqueen Joyce Letsoha-Mathae. Their presence further emphasized the importance of our collective efforts in effecting positive change within our communities.

A symphony of voices filled the air as IBL Driver’s Choir, Youth Ablaze and the exceptionally talented Tebogo Moruti from Botshabelo led us in Praise & Worship. Their musical prowess stirred emotions and set the tone for an event brimming with hope and solidarity.

To nourish both body and soul, Inguqo Communications from Botshabelo generously provided sumptuous meals and refreshing beverages for attendees. Thanks to the unwavering support of Teadymark Audio from Thaba Nchu, Motheo & Mosupatsela FM, the sound of our event reverberated far and wide, reaching the vast corners of the greater Mangaung area and beyond. On this remarkable day, we stood united, bridging gaps and igniting a flame of transformation. Let the echoes of our prayers and the spirit of communal action continue to guide us as we strive to create a brighter future for our homes, neighborhoods and our beloved nation.