Post Media Advisory
22 November 2017
For Immediate Release
“In Conversation with” a Dialogue held at Freedom Park
Freedom Park held a dialogue themed “In Conversation with “on 21 November 2017. The aim of the dialogue is for Freedom Park to continuously remind the nation, and the international communities of the significance of our heritage as well as to demonstrate, that Heritage is at the epicenter of a national obligation to promote reconciliation, social cohesion and nation building.
Expects in various relevant disciplines delivered speeches which stimulated a vibrant discourse with the audience.
CEO Freedom Park Ms Jane Mufamadi, delivered a welcome address in which she said”. Freedom Park is a space for dialogue, let us utilize this space for the benefit of the nation and the future generations. This is a prime platform where we need to engage each other on the significance of heritage. Most of all we need to gravitate towards providing answers on how to better elevate our heritage so that it facilitates social cohesion and nation building. Providing such answers or solutions is significant for strengthening our sovereignty as a nation”.
Professor Muxe Nkondo delivered a keynote address on “Enculturation/ Acculturation and Diversity. Other speakers included author and publisher Ms.Thobeka Ndabula , Mr. Sello Motsei and Ms. Tesh Tshivhase. Women Forums from Soshanguve, Mamelodi and the Salvokop Youth Forum and Freedom Park employees formed part of the audience.
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