Saul Msane Legacy Commemoration Launch Media Briefing. Msane Tribe Heritage Trust, in collaboration with KZN Province South African Students Congress (SASCO),Congress Of South African Students (COSAS), and National Interfaith Council Of South Africa, have initiated to have Media Conference, ON Tuesday, the 2nd May 2017 to raise their concerns about issues of statues installation, land restitution process, traditional leadership restoration, and economic transformation.
The Msane Tribe Heritage Trust will also use media briefing platform to publicly address and present their Memorundum Of Concerns to the KZN ANC leadership regarding their reaction in supporting heritage activities of other liberation struggle activists, like u Baba Saul Msane, who've been not recognized for quite a long time in his province of birth, and also to call for unity within African National Congress, as the ruling party of our country. The installations are also our major concern because our government in the National Department of Arts and Culture, had spent millions of rands to make sculptures of our former activists which are now kept in the bushes of Fountain Valley, at Pretoria, and not positioned on the right areas.
The details of the Media Conference has been re-scheduled as follows;
Date : Tuesday, 2nd May 2017
Venue: KwaMuhle Museum Lecture Hall
Time: 8h30 a.m.
We apologize for any inconviences that occured because of unxpected circumstances. Our concerns, is that opposition parties, are causing confusion and delays on land issues, that is why they're calling for the state president to step down.