GFWE SA – Eastern Cape Launch 2020
GFWE Eastern Province
GFWE Eastern Cape mission
GFWE aims to assemble the Kingdom stakeholders in Eastern Cape to recognise what God is doing. The Kingdom stakeholders are church leaders, government and entrepreneurs.
Port Elizabeth Launch
Behold, I will do a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
GFWE Pre-Launch Activities
GFWE EC has been serving in the Port Elizabeth community since 2019. Working hand in hand with the Speaker of the NMB council, we’re helping the poor in our community, including schools.
Pastors and religious leaders around Nelson Mandela Bay attended the GFWE Pastors breakfast. Dr Pearl Kupe introduced GFWE’s mandate. If we join forces, we can carry the Kingdom mandate forth around EC.
GFWE EC Launch
GFWE South Africa launched the Eastern Cape chapter in Port Elizabeth – 20 February 2020. GFWE members from Pretoria and Johannesburg visited to attend the launch. Dr Pearl Kupe, the GFWE International President, delivered the keynote speech. The Speaker of the council, Bulelwa Mafaya, was the other speaker.
Dignitaries that attended
- Chief Ntsika Mkono of Amakhiwa (he serves under Chief Dumisani Gwadiso)
- Siphenathi Ciyana’s family
- Siphenathi Ciyana’s mother
Thank you to our sponsors and the ladies from Gauteng for your support. Thank you to the Speaker of the NMB council’s office for supporting this new initiative. Port Elizabeth will never be the same again. GFWE launched a couple of new things.
Eastern Cape Director
Our inspiring events involve…
- Inspiring keynote speakers
- Networking with like-minded Kingdom builders
GFWE Eastern Cape projects
We collect and distribute clothes to the homeless around Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage.
We distributed 200 school shoes for the Kyga ‘Back to school’ Shoe project in an impoverished area of our community.
We’re assisting the homeless and the poor during the 2020 COVID-19 Lockdown. We provide food and donated clothes.
We launched our Skills Transfer Project. Woman entrepreneurs from Pretoria, East London and Queenstown gathered for a few days. They came to share and teach unemployed ladies’ skills to develop them in the marketplace.