It is correct to state that words cannot describe the impeccable value the Zambia’s political father figure, president Kenneth Kaunda, a true revolutionary had. Only poets could attempt to portray this sad story in poetic language.
June is a national youth month in South Africa celebrated on the 16thof June each year. Previously known as the Soweto Day, Youth Day marks the start of the Soweto riots in 1976. Today, this day is celebrated in various forms around the country which sees many South Africans spending Youth Day helping the underprivileged in and around their societies.
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The Nelson Mandela Museum will host an open day event to promote the wax figures exhibition housed at its Bhunga Building premises. These wax figures depict Nelson Mandela’s life journey from birth to the day he departed.
Why Celebrate Africa Day?
African Day (formerly African Freedom and African Liberation Day) is celebrated annually throughout Africa in commemoration of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) formed 25 May 1963.
This year’s Africa Day celebration comes when Africa and the world are faced with Covid 19 Pandemic. Covid19 regulations negatively impacted the Tourism and Hospitality of which Museums rely on inbound and outbound visitors.