Minister Speeches 2020 - 2015

27 Feb 2015

The occasion to celebrate the lives of the South African liberation struggle stalwarts, Malume Kotane and Uncle J.B Marks, offers us an opportunity to reflect on the common histories shared by the peoples of Russia and South Africa.

27 Feb 2015

In his State of the Nation Address,President Zuma stated that “From this year, schools must also practice the African Union anthem, in preparation for the celebration of Africa Month in May, as we implement the African Union decision in this regard”.

25 Feb 2015

It is indeed a great honour and a privilege for me to stand here before you today. The occasion to celebrate the lives of the South African liberation struggle stalwarts, Moses Kotane and John Beaver (J.B.) Marks, offers us an opportunity to reflect on the common histories shared by the peoples of Russia and South Africa.

23 Feb 2015

As we grow into a mature democracy that turns 21 in April this year, the memory and legacy of our stalwarts, Moses Kotane and JB Marks remain pivotal to telling our own stories and celebrating our heroes.

17 Feb 2015

During the State of the Nation Address the President said the following about the youth, “Our youth is our future and their success fills us with immense pride”.

06 Feb 2015

We are gathered here to celebrate the spirit and determination of young South Africans who are telling their own stories and writing their own history.

01 Feb 2015

Our country is turning twenty one in three months time. We have spent more than 350 years under conditions of colonialism and apartheid.

30 Jan 2015

I am pleased that you have joined us here today as we gather together to pave a direction for the social cohesion advocates’ programme.

27 Jan 2015

As Dept of Arts and Culture we are proud to be the official sponsor of the 16th edition of the much-loved Cape Town International Jazz Festival. This Festival occupies a prominent space in the cultural calendar of all jazz lovers.

17 Jan 2015

It is indeed a great honor for me to stand before you as your servant in this new year, 2015. I stand on this historic platform twenty five years after Tat’u Madiba gave his first public address in almost three decades of incarceration.

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