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Madagascar, Happy Independence Day!

Today we celebrate Madagascars 57th Independence day. To our fellow Malagasy brothers and sisters, we make a plea that amidst the festivities of such a great milestone, may the work dedicated to the goals of poverty eradication, higher literacy levels

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Happy Africa Day!!!

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“You Have A Right To……Only If You Can Afford It”

   Image source: https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/imagesq=tbn:ANd9GcRtrB114n3PQZX5v0gN2krtPMINYeM5Z6cPP9F_ubDWCzt9noJm By The Good Elephant Prior to our president exercising his constitutional right to fire and appoint ministers, South Afrca celebrated Human Rights day on the 21st of Mrach. It is because of that day that I

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Posted in community, empowerment, human rights, Politics, Racism, Uncategorized, WhiteSupremacy

Mama Marikana

If what we see can be described by a thousand words then this video http://www.mamamarikanafilm.com/ should be a point of discussion on 29 October 2016. Let us unpack our thoughts and build The Africa We Want as we #RememberMarikana Follow

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Still protesting after 4years?

It is said that things change with time, yet 4 years later we still have people protesting in Marikana. The reasons for the protest might be slightly different but reactions seem familiar as seen with the article below: http://mg.co.za/article/2016-08-02-activists-in-marikana-say-women-protestors-were-assaulted-and-arrested-by-police Can

Posted in community, Marikana, PoliceBrutality, Uncategorized, women

Woman of Marikana, the conversation that must be…

An engagement for the nation but will be discussed by those who can and will attend on October 29, 2016. As announced yesterday, we are hosting a dialogue session where as the public can revisit Marikana the event and have

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Women Of Marikana: A Public Discourse

#REMEMBERMARIKANA On the 16th of August 2012, the community of Marikana was brought to the spotlight of national & international attention, when protesting miners were shot down by police. The nation grieved with the community and followed the events of

Posted in BlackEducation, charity, community, empowerment, Uncategorized, women

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