2ND MAYIHLOME ANNUAL LECTURE

Liepollo Lebohang Pheko

Dear All

Revolutionary Greetings!

Invitation is hereby extended to all activists to attend the 2nd Mayihlome Annual Lecture to be held as follows:

Venue: Central University of Technology,(Welkom Campus), Free State

Date: Saturday, 30th October 2010

Time: 18h00

PAYCO of Azania

Keynote Address: Liepollo Lebohang Pheko

Theme: “The Struggle for Economic Liberation in Neocolonial Times”


COMMEMORATION OF JAFTA KGALABI “THE TIGER OF AZANIA” MASEMOLA

The Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) of Azania cordially invites you to the National Commemoration of Jafta Kgalabi “The Tiger of Azania” Masemola which will be held as follows:

Venue : Mbolekwa Sports Complex, Attrigiville
Date : Saturday, 31st July 2010
Time : 10h00.

We look forward to your attendance as we pay tribute to “The Tiger of Azania” for his selfless contribution to the National Liberation Struggle and upliftment of the living conditions of African people.

For more information you can contact the National Co-ordinator, Thapelo Matseba, at 073 899 8565.

We thank you in advance for your support.

Yours Faithfully

Jaki Seroke
On Behalf of:
PAC National Task Team
082 972 3363


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32ND ANNIVESSARY COMEMMORATION OF THE DEATH OF ROBERT MANGALISO SOBUKWE

You are cordially invited to the Annual Sobukwe Commemoration as follows:

Robert Sobukwe

Venue: Ethopian Church, Pimville Zone 1, Soweto (opposite Simba/SAFA Stadium)
Date: Saturday 27 February 2010

Time:10h00

Theme: “Sobukwe’s Revolutionary Leadership Lives!”
For more information contact Mmbara Hulisani 082 593 3012


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Kwanzaa is an annual celebration observed all over Afrika as the “First Fruits Festival” (in Southern Afrika: Umkhosi and Incwala). This is where the Afrikan community come together to celebrate their achievements and victories, and make plans for the work ahead. It involves the whole family and brings together Afrikans across language, nationality, religion and political affiliation.


The CITY OF JOBURG in collaboration with AFURAKA Cultural Community Development invite you to the finale of AFRIKA SLAM – a program that seeks to unite Africans across Johannesburg through debates and poetry. Over the last 2 months young people in Soweto, Alexandra, Diepsloot and Inner City have had regional competitions in debate and poetry. Winners have now been declared in each area and it is time to bring the winners together for a final showdown! The winners will take home educational hampers.

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