Media Release: Reconciliation Walkabout and Handover of PPE to the Salvokop Community in Pretoria

14 December

On Tuesday ,15 December, Councillor Fortune Mampuru,  and the CEO of  Freedom Park, Jane Mufamadi,  will lead a Reconciliation walkabout at Salvokop , accompanied by Mr and Mrs Holo from the Mkhaya School of Music and content curators of the Ubuntu Music Festival. As part of this walkabout, the group will distribute masks and other personal protective equipment for Covid-19 to the Salvokop residents. Salvokop is in the same precinct with Freedom Park, a National Heritage Site, in Pretoria.

The walkabout comes after a successful inaugural Ubuntu Music Festival held at Freedom Park, Pretoria on 12 December. The festival was held both physically and virtually. The messages of the festival were a reminder for South Africans to remain vigilant during the COVID 19 pandemic period; reconciliation and ubuntu attributes as well as  violence and abuse against women and children.

The walkabout forms part of a series of Freedom Park ‘s planned activities to commemorate the organization’s 20th anniversary.

Members of the media are invited as follows:

 

Date: 15 December 2020

Time: 11h00

Venue:  Salvokop, Pretoria

 

Enquiries:

 

Ayanda Holo: 061 488 0634

Naomi Madima: 012 336 4006/060 961 3851

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