Forest Sector Charter Council feedback session

August 19, 2016

Community representatives on the Forest Sector Charter Council (FSCC) embarked on a programme to meet emerging enterprises and communities operating in the forest sector. The objective of this process was mainly to understand issues which the aforementioned stakeholders experience as they operate in the sector.

Participants in the workshops included; rural communities, CPAs, traditional leaders, local municipal and government officials, people interested in the forest sector and industry representatives.

Workshops were held in the forest provinces of Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Eastern Cape.

Now the Forest Sector Charter Council is holding a workshop in Pietermaritzburg on August 24 to provide feedback to communities and forest sector stakeholders on issues that they have raised.

Details of the workshops are as follows:
 
Date: 24 August 2016
Venue: Imperial Hotel - Pietermaritzburg
Time: 09h00

For more info, contact:  
Nomathemba Mlangeni
Cell: 083 364 0098
Email: nomathemba@forestsectorcharter.co.za
 

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