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OR Tambo Foundation – 7th Memorial Lecture

This Tuesday evening (27th Oct) at 6pm SA time – our friends at the OR Tambo Foundation are holding the 7th Memorial Lecture with TsiTsi Dangarembga; the Zimbabwean novelist, playwright, and filmmaker whose debut novel, Nervous Conditions, was named by the BBC in 2018 as one of the top 100 books that have shaped the world and this year her novel This Mournable Body was a nominee on the Booker prize
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International Nurses Day – Celebrating Nurses and their great Work

International Nurses Day 12 May 12 May marks  International Nurses Day, and on this day the Joe Slovo Foundation pays tribute to the hardworking and selfless nurses in South Africa for the great work that they are putting into nursing the many community members who are affected by COVID-19 to full health and out of hospital beds. Almost 50% of people who were infected with COVID-19, which has become the
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22 April is Earth Day. While the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading around the world and dominating news headlines, thoughts and attention, the need to take climate action has remained as urgent as ever. By the end of 2020, global CO2 emissions need to have dropped by 7.6% and continue to fall by 7.6% each year for us to have keep global heating under 1.5oC, according to the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Emissions
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Holding your centre when things fall apart – We are living in terrifying times – all of us, the entire planet. Our way of life, our understanding of the world as we knew it has changed forever.

We are living in terrifying times – all of us, the entire planet. Our way of life, our understanding of the world as we knew it has changed forever. - By Dr Helena Dolny Now, possibly more than ever before, we need to find a way to have conversations about mortality that are fruitful not fearful, that are fundamentally life-affirming in the face of new circumstances that will make death
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Joe Slovo 25th Anniversary Commemoration. On Monday January 6th, 2020, South Africans, Africans and Human Rights Activists around the world will commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the death of Comrade Joe Slovo.joe slovo

On Monday January 6th, 2020, South Africans, Africans and Human Rights Activists around the world will commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the death of Comrade Joe Slovo. To mark the occasion there will be a commemoration ceremony at the Avalon Cemetery in Soweto, Johannesburg at Slovo’s gravesite, starting at 10am. Representatives of the Alliance, including the SACP, the ANC, Cosatu, Sanco, The YCL the family of Joe Slovo and the
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SOUTH-AFRICA-on-the-SQUARE – Celebrating 26 years of Freedom and to thank London and the UK. South-Africa-on-the-Square  is supported by the South African High Commission and is endorsed by and will raise funds for the foundations of three of the great leaders of the ant-apartheid movement and the work these foundations continue to do today

Celebrating 26 years of Freedom and to thank London and the UK. South-Africa-on-the-Square  is supported by the South African High Commission and is endorsed by and will raise funds for the foundations of three of the great leaders of the ant-apartheid movement and the work these foundations continue to do today Nelson Mandela was imprisoned by the Racist Apartheid Government for 26 years.  2020  marks 26 years since South Africans
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Powered by the Joe Slovo Foundation, WhiteRibbon.Org.ZA is working towards Building a South Africa free from Violence and abuse Against Women and Girls (VAWG).  White Ribbon is working in over 60 countries all around the World , where hundreds of thousands of Men and Boys, Women and Girls have all taken the White Ribbon Pledge; committing to ; Never Excuse, Commit or Remain Silent about Male Violence against Women – now its time
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End Violence against Women & Girls in South Africa with WhiteRibbon.Org.ZA

Powered by the Joe Slovo Foundation WhiteRibbon.Org.Za aims to end Violence and Abuse against Women and Girls in South Africa 70% of Women and Girls in South Africa experience Physical, Sexual Violence & Abuse including Rape & Femicide. WhireRibbon.Org.Za  provides a way forward to end this Violence through education, awareness raising, creative campaigns, preventative programs, partnerships, mentor-ships, advocates and ambassadors. White Ribbon South Africa provides the tools and programs for
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White Ribbon South Africa

White Ribbon South Africa White Ribbon South Africa a.k.a. WhiteRibbon.Org.Za is part of the White Ribbon Campaign, the world’s largest movement of men, women and boys working to end male violence and assault against women and girls. WhiteRibbon.Org.Za promotes gender equity, healthier relationships and an improved vision of what masculinity is. Since its inception in the 1990's, building, and partnerships, The White Ribbon Campaign has spread to over 60 countries world-wide.