Lime Hill Youth Club gives 67 minutes back to the community Thulani Msibi. Sphelele Mbhele, Nhlanhla PAadonsela and Thandeka Sibiya Inspired by the famous quote from US President John F Kennedy “Ask not what your country can do for you. but what can you do for your country , Thulani “Khusta” Msibi established the Lime Hill Complex Youth Club LCYC in 2018. This year marks the youth centres second year participating in the 67 minutes for Mandela Day. “Everyday should be Mandela Day and at this centre, we try our best to achieve that and fighting in closing the gap between the youth. community and government relevant structures in order to help and assist needy and vulnerable families.” said Msibi. The Limehill Complex Youth Club covers six tribal areas of Tholeni. Limehill. Utivaal, KwaHlathi. Nazareth, Vaalkop and Somshoek. “This Mandela Day we delivered 25 food parcels to families in need. I would like to thank Sigweje Boxer Super Store for assisting in donating towards the hampers. the store has supported a number of initiatives.” said Msibi. “I was raised by a single parent and was extremely poor, but it gave me the experience and passion. to work and build a better future for myself. now I would like to pay it Fishela Mkhasibe forward to my community.” he said. The centre is planning a clean up campaign of the open space for the Emakhasi Mission. which will start in August.