The National Heritage Council (NHC), an agency of the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC) will host the Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke Intergenerational dialogue as part of the commemoration of Women’s month and the 150 Years of Charlotte Maxeke.
The hybrid event will be hosted and streamed live on Wednesday, 18 August 2021 in Evaton at the Wilberforce Community College (formerly Wilberforce Institute of Training) which was founded by Charlotte Maxeke.
The dialogue will be hosted under the theme “Reaping the benefits of the efforts of Charlotte Mannya-Maxeke to create a better life for the all”. The Intergenerational dialogue will unite the different generations unraveling the revolutionary stories of this liberation struggle stalwart that are entrenched in deep cultural, traditional values, spirit of resilience, heroism and patriotism.
Her legacy and values will be examined on how they can be espoused for nation building, social cohesion, national identity and also to address the social challenges encountered by South Africa.
Members of the media are invited to cover the event as follows:
- Date: Wednesday, 18 August 2021
- Time: 11:00 – 13:00
- Venue: Wilberforce Community College, Plot 26, Cnr. Buffalo and Sekontle Road, Evaton
- Platform: Zoom – link to be shared soon
The dialogue will also be streamed live on the following social media links below:
RSVP to: Tebogo Shilakwe, cell: 082 657 7064 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org.