Deputy Minister Speeches 2014 - 2010
An African proverb says that: Until lions have their own historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter”.
South Africa and India share a bond which dates more than 100 years back. It is in these two countries where the most revered and gallant leaders Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi, were born.
Let me take this opportunity to express my excitement to be part of your journey of the 2014 South African Schools Choral Eisteddfod (SASCE) Championship led by the Department of Basic Education.
It is humbling for me to be invited to this important gathering of the future leaders of our country, and as the youth month theme stated, I am among ‘history makers and the legends of the future’.
Two days ago, on the 27th of April, as a nation we celebrated the twentieth anniversary of our freedom and democracy.
On behalf of the AWHF, I, would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the Chairperson of the African Union Commission H.E. Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and the entire African Union fraternity for accepting to host this important event
I am very pleased to inaugurate the new Board of the South African Library for the Blind, whose excellent service has spread beyond our country’s borders.
It’s my deep pleasure to address you. We have just been through the month of September where we celebrated our heritage as individual families and as a nation.
Congratulations and fraternal greetings from the Government and people of the Republic of South Africa to the Government and people of the Republic of Korea on this important occasion as you celebrate the National Day of the Republic of Korea.