The African Show Development is celebrating 40 years of youth revolution in South Africa at their upcoming dialogue on 24th June.
Attendees will be treated to a compelling showcase of South Africa’s youth in discussions on their current issues in South Africa affecting their lives today and, more crucially, their future. The discussion panel will consist of youth writers and representatives along with prominent industry leaders including Investec’s Lufefe Kwababa, Ernst & Young’s Nicole Baron, Vuyile Gabuza – a final year law student, Siyabonga Mahlangu – a first year financial accounting student and Nandi Ngwenya who is a matriculant.
TASD’s Executive Director, Bathandwa Mcuba says that the goal of the event is to open up dialogue that will provide information to youth on how to make positive decisions that affect their future. “An event like this is important for reflecting on youth as our nation’s greatest asset and to give them a voice in the planning of activities and programs that work towards uniting the diverse cultures of and in South Africa,” says Mcuba.
The all-day event begins at 08h00 with attendees having the opportunity to learn more about cultural diversity and inclusion issues affecting today’s youth and examining the misinformation and historical legacies that impact their daily lives.
Refreshments and meals will be served and all attendees will receive a memento.
Enhancing Race Relations in South Africa
Date: Friday, 24 June 2016
Time: 08h00 for 09h00
Venue: CRC building, Cnr Solomon Mahlangu & Lynnwood Road, Pretoria
Cost: R150 per person incl vat. (Includes: Catering & Momento)
RSVP: Before or By 17 June 2016 / email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 012 320 0215.