Deputy Minister Speeches

04 Dec 2015

Allow me from the onset to express my gratitude to the Founder and President of the Leading Women of Africa, Ms Madeleine Mkunu, for extending an invitation to me to be part of this prestigious occasion.

04 Dec 2015
“African women in general need to know that it’s Ok for them to be the way they are – to see the way they are as a strength and to be liberated from fear and from silence”.
 
These are the words spoken by the first African Woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, the late Wangari Maathai.
 
Allow me from the onset to express my gratitude to the Founder and President of the Leading Women of Africa, Ms Madeleine Mkunu, for extending an invitation to me to be part of this prestigious occasion.
 
04 Dec 2015

The 3rd of December has been designated by the UN to be commemorated annually as the International Day of persons with disabilities to promote awareness and mobilise support for critical issues relating to the inclusion of persons with disabilities in society and development.

14 Oct 2015

I am delighted and, indeed, very privileged, to be here today to address a very special audience of representatives of the visually inpaired community from all over South Africa.

14 Oct 2015

I am delighted and, indeed, very privileged, to be here today to address a very special audience of representatives of the visually inpaired community from all over South Africa.

13 Oct 2015

Today we begin a three-day marathon on researched papers on the same theme. I hope attention will be given to what events led to the memorable gathering that united our people on the focus of Freedom.

13 Oct 2015
Programme director
Deputy Minister of COGTA, Mr Obed Bapela;
MECs present;
President of OHASA, Prof Sekibakiba Lekgoathe;
OHASA Executive Committee;
Distinguished Delegates;
Oral history practitioners;
Learners from various provinces;
Members of the media;
 
Ladies and gentlemen
 
07 Oct 2015

Today marks the culmination of a three day festival of ideas. In its 6th year, the Funda Mzantsi National Championship epitomises gigantic step towards the creation of a reading nation.

07 Oct 2015

Today marks the culmination of a three day festival of ideas. In its 6th year, the Funda Mzantsi National Championship epitomises gigantic step towards the creation of a reading nation.

02 Oct 2015

Language is very important and we all communicate to be understood. Language is a vehicle of culture and through a language one can learn the values of the people who speak it. Your experience can be expressed best in your home language.

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