Speeches

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

I would like to begin by thanking everyone for coming to this gathering. The amount of interest generated in the request for this meeting is testimony to the seriousness with which film stakeholders and arts activitists regard the issues at hand.

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

I would like to begin by thanking everyone for coming to this gathering. The amount of interest generated in the request for this meeting is testimony to the seriousness with which film stakeholders and arts activitists regard the issues at hand.

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.

02 Oct 2015

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”

28 Sep 2015

I am delighted to be part of the Isikhumbuzo saMahlubi which marks the 91st anniversary since the arrival of AmaHlubi here in Khayakhulu.

28 Sep 2015

I am delighted to be part of the Isikhumbuzo saMahlubi which marks the 91st anniversary since the arrival of AmaHlubi here in Khayakhulu.

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