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The private sector plays a crucial role in promoting community cohesion and contributing to the success of initiatives. A telling example of this is that Frankfort represents the Free State in the Kwela Town of the Year Competition. Through their support, resources and collaborative efforts, private sector companies play a significant role in fostering a sense of unity, pride and cohesion within communities participating in the competition.

The annual VKB Rugby Week is another example where private sector organizations bring valuable expertise, financial support and strategic partnerships to community events, enhancing the overall experience for participants and spectators. By investing in local initiatives, sponsoring cultural events and engaging with community members, businesses not only demonstrate their commitment to social responsibility, but also help strengthen the fabric of society by fostering a shared sense of identity and security.

The private sector's involvement in community events not only adds vibrancy and excitement to the competition, but also highlights the importance of cooperation and mutual support in building thriving and cohesive communities. By working hand in hand with local organizers, volunteers and residents, businesses can contribute to the success of such events and leave a lasting positive impact that extends far beyond the competition and events themselves. While we celebrate the spirit of community and cultural heritage through something like the Kwela Town of the Year Competition, the private sector's role in supporting and promoting these initiatives is instrumental in fostering a sense of unity, pride and camaraderie among residents .

Through their continued commitment to community engagement and partnership, businesses help create a connected, inclusive and vibrant society where everyone has the opportunity to thrive and celebrate their shared heritage.

MBF invites residents, business owners and taxpayers to visit our offices at 18A Church Street, Frankfort on Mondays to Thursdays from 08h30 to 16h00 and Fridays 08h30 to 12h00. Call or send a WhatsApp message to Marina on 079 145 4295. Visit our website and follow us on Facebook.

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