John Langalibalele Dube (22 February 1871 – 11 February 1946) was a South African essayist, philosopher, educator, politician, publisher, editor, novelist and poet.
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Ohlange High School is part of the legacy of John Langalibalele Dube, fou…
Mr. President, I have come to report to you that South Africa is free today.- Nelson Mandela, 27 April 1994, John Langalibalele Dube's grave
John Langalibalele Dube, Oliver Tambo, Anton Lembede, Ruth First and many others had not imagine this in their ⌚
John Langalibalele Dube do research on him or Google him and tell me what did you find
His uncle John Langalibalele Dube was the founding President of the ANC.
Madiba casts his first vote in 1994. He then visited the gravesite of John Langalibalele Dube, the first...
After becoming the first ever SA black President 22 years ago John Langalibalele Dube said, "Mr. President ,I...
I think one of the founders of the ANC, John Langalibalele Dube, went by that name. Beautiful name too.
will we ever see a day where its, Walter Sisulu,Chris Hani,Sol Plaatje,Helen Suzman,John Langalibalele Dube remembrance walk?more.
Here lays uMafukuzela John Langalibalele Dube and his family @ Ohlange, Inanda
John Langalibalele Dube would have frowned upon attacks on foreign nationals.
John Langalibalele Dube was born at Inanda Mission station of the American Zulu Mission (AZM) in Natal on 11 February 1871
» The first president of the ANC was John Langalibalele Dube
Statement of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress on the Occasion of the 103rd Anniversary of the ANC 8 January 2015, Cape Town, Western Cape Comrades, Compatriots and Friends, We are celebrating 103 years of the existence of the African National Congress. We are the ANC of John Langalibalele Dube, Sefako Makgatho, Zac Mahabane, Josiah Gumede, Pixley ka Isaka Seme, AB Xuma, JS Moroka, Nkosi Albert Luthuli, OR Tambo, Nelson Mandela, AB Xuma, Yusuf Dadoo, Billy Nair, Brian Bunting, Albertina Sisulu, Reg September, Francis Baard, Johnnie Issel and many others. We are the descendants of many warriors who fought against colonialism such as Autshumato, King Hintsa, King Makhado, King Cetshwayo, King Sekhukhune, King Moshoeshoe, Adam Kok I and Nkosi Bhambatha. These are some of the Giants, upon whose shoulders we stand one hundred and three years after the ANC was founded. The vision of the founding mothers and fathers of our movement was confirmed by the people of South Africa, who ...
Nothing in the century has changed since John Langalibalele Dube wrote his essay intended for black women to learn proper cooking of foods.
The answer is brutal and can also be found backed in untypically didactic book by John Langalibalele Dube of 1922: black women can't cook.
Today I woke up thinking about John Langalibalele Dube, Chief Albert Luthuli, Harry Gwala and Khulekani Mhlongo. don't know why.
Rev. John Langalibalele Dube founder and 1st ANC president Between 1912 and 1917 When it was still Called (SANNC)...
John Langalibalele Dube, Prince Albert Luthuli and Nelson Mandela experienced racism proper. But they were wise to preach non…
John Langalibalele Dube, Prince Albert Luthuli & Nelson Mandela could've easily become wound collectors but they wisely avoided it.
Talk Bad about# John Langalibalele Dube ... You will not agree with Jacob Zuma.
Was standing next to a statue of John Langalibalele Dube.
I'm reading John Langalibalele Dube's Jeqe, the Body-servant of King Shaka, and feel like i'd be enjoying it more if I read it in Zulu
MaMbeki's legacy lives on at Adams College south of Durban. She graduated as a teacher from the institution 78 years ago and one of her teachers Govan Mbeki became her husband. Just three months ago she visited Adams College and the current principal says MaMbeki left behind a rich legacy. "MaMbeki and the generation of that time laid a very solid foundation in the school. The culture and the tradition that they laid. The culture of selflessness, the culture of discipline and the culture of quality education and excellence which is still prevalent currently. They taught many things. We have copied good practices from the generations of MaMbeki," says Adams College principal Thulani Khumalo. The college later produced luminaries such as John Langalibalele Dube and Albert Luthuli. The school plans to rename one of its buildings after Epainette and her late husband Govan Mbeki. The 98-year-old Mbeki matriarch passed away having been admitted to an East London hospital for observation towards the end of May a ...
There's nothing that Chika Onyeani is saying that Booker T Washington, John Langalibalele Dube & Marcus Garvey didn't write and say.
In each generation there are men who's love for their people alters not only the course of history but shapes the future of their unborn descendants. Men such as: John Langalibalele Dube, Sefako Makgatho, Zacharias Mahabane, Josiah Gumede, Sol Plaatjie, Pixley Ka Isaka Seme, Alfred Bitini Xuma, Chief Albert Luthuli, Oliver Reginald Tambo, Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. I will use my vote to pay homage to these great spirits! The African National Congress belongs to the people albeit temporarily hijacked. The battle for the soul of the ANC continues. love for Africa's oldest liberation movement is unwavering!
Tomorrow as you are about to jot that X on the ballot paper you must remember the pioneers and founders of the (African National Congress)- John Langalibalele Dube, Sol Plaatje and Pixley ka Isaka Seme, these are the people we will be embracing and honering by going to the polls and placing their brain child into power. Let's keep the liberation movement of the people alive.
John Langalibalele Dube, Albert Luthuli & Oliver Reginald Tambo would weep if they saw Zuma's leadership skills..
History is the relationship between the past, the present and the future. I can never forget the efforts of John Langalibalele Dube, Albert Luthuli, James Moroka, Oliver Tambo while I experience the reality by Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki, Kgalema Motlanthe, Jacob Zuma and the future of Cyril Ramaphosa, Gwede Mantashe, Zweli Mkhize, Nomvula Mokonyane, Fikile Mbalula, Buti Manamela, Andile Lungisa and many more future generations of our Lifetime Movement. Vote ANC.
"I am here to report, Mr President, that South Africa is now free"- President Nelson Mandela,at the graveside of ANC first President, John Langalibalele Dube, after he cast his vote in Ohlange, this day in 1994.Let Freedom reign. God bless Africa.
John langalibalele Dube once said the white man's goat has enough greener pastures but the black man's goat has no greener pastures to graze
"Dr John Langalibalele Dube once said 'The white ox has all the green pastures,while the black ox has no land to graze' " Min' Nkwinti
A few words by the Rev. John Langalibalele Dube
How charming. The home of President John Langalibalele Dube. Founding president of the SANNC. Thanks…
Taking time out to admire and revel in Dr John Langalibalele Dube's intellectualism and staunch activism. His legacy lives on.
If Zuma loves ANC and if he respects Oliver Thambo,Nelson Mandela,Sol Plaatjie,John Langalibalele Dube,Pixley kaIsaka Seme He should RESIGN
John Langalibalele Dube was the first black man to open a school in South Africa.Ohlange High School at Inanda! Our fallen hero
The late Comrades Nelson Mandela & John Langalibalele Dube. Today marks an important milestone in the history of...
In 1936 Rev. Dr. John Langalibalele Dube became the first black African to obtain an Honorary Doctorate from a South African University
Rev. Dr. John Langalibalele Dube born 1871 to 1946 died on this day (11 February).
John Langalibalele Dube was born in Inanda. He founded the first Zulu/English newspaper Ilanga laseNatali (The Sun of Natal) …
Most Accomplished and well Dedicated Cadre, Blood line of the great pioneering Stalwart, John Langalibalele Dube, I hope this finds you resting comfortably in your Capitalist Bed. In the parties 102nd year of existence and 20th year of compromised Democratic rule, the Manifesto cordialy released by the Commander In Chief, President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, has evoked mixed emotions from Cadres within and outside the Green, Black & Gold. One important factor that caught my and Comrade Vavis eye is that of: "public servants to be barred from having businesses or conducting businesses with Government." (paraphrased) whats your take Comrade??
Letter of John L Dube, accepting position of president of 2 February 1912 |
Wise words from Cosatu Boss Blade Nzimande for encouraging the nation to continue rallying behind J.Z Zuma and to vote for the political party which brought freedom ANC in the coming Presidential elections under the leadership of the late icons like John Langalibalele Dube,Oliver Tambo,Nelson Mandela etc Amandla ngawethu,Matla ke warona, All the power to the people!
Today marks the 102nd Anniversary of the ANC! The Founding of the SANNC/ANC: After actively petitioning the National Convention and being ignored during 1910 and 1911, delegates to the South African Native Convention (SANC) decided to call a meeting in Bloemfontein on 8 January 1912 to consider the formation of a dynamic and unified movement that would challenge the White government. The outcome was the formation of SANNC.The inaugural conference was organised by Seme, Alfred Mangena, Richard Msimang and George Montsioa (all lawyers educated abroad). Seme wrote an article in October of 1911 called ‘Native Union’. In it he proposed an agenda for the inaugural conference, pasted in the box below. Resources are unclear as to whether this exact agenda was used at the conference. The chief business for their important deliberation will, for convenience, be divided into two sections. First Section •To formally establish the South African Native Congress as a National Society or Union for all the Natives o ...
Twelve lessons by Zimbini Madikwa We learn, The lessons spoken by twelve tongues, speaks of the twelve names, in the times and the dates of hundred and two years of a struggle. In the making of a politician and theologian, John Langalibalele Dube, we learn as we pray and recite his writings upon this native land and talk some things found therein, "lapho amanzi ake ema khona ayophinde eme." In the thinking and the wisdom of Sefako Mapogo Makgatho, we learn to stand and fight for inheritance as daughters and sons of Africa and citizens of South Africa "All's well that ends well", give honor to this great scholar who was in the beginning of things, chant long live the spirit of Reverend Zacharias Richard Mahabane. The words of Josiah Tshangana Gumede to Leaders of the African People in his years, still echoes today, "it is a time when we should sink our differences, when we should sacrifice our personal ambitions for the greater ambitions of the race. It is the time for cooperative action." Pave way for the ...
YOUTH MUST LOOK TO THE SEME LEGACY By Phumlani Mfeka ‘Forgotten like an ocean treasure, by minds inflicted with convenient amnesia, the people yearn for unspoken history, whose imminent discovery fills many with terror, like the African Sun rises to shine in its glory, so shall we realize the vision we discover in the ka Seme story’ Pixley ka Isaka Seme was an absolute genius, to the extent that he transcended 100 years into the future and today serves as an inspiration to young Africans globally. When Seme was schooling in Inanda, the American Board of Missionaries soon realized that this little boy is not only intelligent, but he is also precocious, industrious and well rounded in his God fearing ways and they subsequently arranged for him to go to the Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts in the USA. This is where the giant that lay within young Seme was awakened! He travelled a number of times in his efforts to study further, and thus spent a considerable time in England. In the United States, he w ...
Apartheid is responsible for hunger, homelessness and death. However, the worst crime of apartheid is that it made black people believe they were inferior to white people. Steve Biko ...I too have my heart centered mainly in the education of my race; therein me think lies the shortest and best way to their mental, moral, social and political betterment. John Langalibalele Dube
u down memory lane.08 January 1912.It was on this day when John Langalibalele Dube was elected Presd of SNNC.
Happy 102nd birthday to the gigantic movement of Dr. Pixley Ka Isaka Seme, Dr. John Langalibalele Dube and Sol Plaatjie, the African National Congress (ANC).
2day,da ANC is turning 102 yrs in existence...The party/movement of Pastor John Langalibalele Dube,Chief Albert Luthuli,0.R Tambo,N.R Mandela n Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki...happy b/day ANC,how I so wish u had yesteryrs' leaders instead of da double-headed fellow who's hellbent on destroying everything which da movement stands for.
January 8 1912 Mangaung John Langalibalele Dube was elected as the first President-General of the South African Native National Congress in absentia...khula khongolose khula
JANUARY 08, 1912: Happy Birthday to the African National Congress! On January 08, 1912, a group of esteemed men came together in Bloemfontein, after a number of consultations and agreed to form the South African National Native Congress, which would later change its name to the African National Congress (ANC), the longest existing liberation movement and political organization in the continent of Africa. They elected Dr. John Langalibalele Dube in absentia, to be their first president, (Umafukuzela weAfrica) The ANC was formed two years after Britain had declared the UNION OF South Africa, amalgamating the previously black owned country under a conglomerate of white rule which, in essence, solidified white control of South Africa. The formation of the ANC signified a cohesive strategy by some of the country's religious and traditional leaders to oppose white domination and white rule. It was a brave effort at a time when the status quo had decided to stop at nothing to quell and quash black resistance to ...
Without Umbutho wabantu asilutho,thanks to those wise men,the likes of John Langalibalele Dube, Sefako Mapogo Makgatho and many more hence today we have Political and Social freedom ofcourse very much committed towards the attainment of Economic freedom,Viva people`s parliament Viva,Viva ANC Viva
Oliver Tambo, John Langalibalele Dube, Sol Plaatje, Pixley ka Isaka Seme, Nelson Mandela RT"Who is the founder of the ANC?"
Happy birthday to the revolutiönary movement of the people. The only powerful liberation movement in the cöntinent Happy birthday to the movement of John Langalibalele Dube Happy birthday ANC
Happy birth day to my lovely movement(ANC of John Langalibalele Dube)
It was on this date over 102 years ago when Native society within South African came together to a Liberation South African Native Notional Congress (SANNC), on 8 January 1912 at the Waaihoek Wesleyan Church in Bloemfontein lead by amongst its founding members John Dube, Pixley ka Isaka Seme, Sol Plaatje, were John Langalibalele Dube became the 1st President... Rea leboha baholo ba rona...
Our Matric Top Learner is a product of John Langalibalele Dube High School! Now that says it all!
Dube, the first President of ANC, was not present at the founding conference at Bloemfontein in January 1912. He...
Did you know that,8 January 1912 the ANC was is founded in bloemfontein & the first president was John Langalibalele Dube
I'm very much inspired by the swork done by our Foot Soldiers in providing Hope to the Kolobe Family in Dobsie, my revolutionary spirit is with you together with all our Revolutionary Heroes led by our 1st President, John Langalibalele Dube, uFuze, unfortunately due to pressing Resources Mobilisation for my Zonal people to get to Mpumalanga one is hectic, keep up the good work, that's what I call real Voluntarism which will make our Forebearers proud to be associated with ANC, Cde Kenneth and Tlele, Please lead us, how I would have enjoyed myself there being led, one would be making a grave mistake if I didn't extend our gratitude to the commitment by our 1st Lady's Office, Cde Vuvu "Mama Action" Mokonyane because in times like these you don't find DGs unless the Leader of that Department is decisive, you'll be at the mercy if a Junior Official, Cde Nomvula they always say " What you do for yourself goes with You but what you do for or unto others becomes your Legacy" stealing from You, Leader is No Crime ...
I believe the most elite and precise yet under rated leader we ever had and never will have ever again in our organization the ANC is the father and founder uMafukuzela waseNanda ubaba John Langalibalele Dube. I believe he was God's blessing to Africa and the world..Without kudelela ubaba uNxamalala nabanye..siyayithanda ANC futh soyivotela futh sofanayo! ANC on this year's 2014 General Elections coming up# Sbuda
South African heros:-John Langalibalele Dube he was discover ilanga hadlines to make us what happn in apartheid,Stive Bantu Biko he was fought for *bantu education*,Nelson Holotlatla Mandela he was putn rest of lyf in jail because he was need equal right n freedom to us
For the legacy of John Langalibalele Dube,Albert Luthuli,Oliver Tambo,Walter Sisulu,Nelson Mandela and others, I do feel that I owe and should vote for the ANC.THERE'S ONLY ONE HUGE BARRIER!
History repeats itself. Rest in Peace Tata. Pass our regards to John Langalibalele Dube, Albert Luthuli, Oom Gov, Walter Sisulu, OR Tambo, Chris Hani and many others who had a vision of a democratic and free South Africa like you. Please report to them, we are grateful for their selflessness and sacrifices. We are enjoying the fruits of their pain and suffering. We apologise for over indulging at times, okay, most of the times, but we are truly grateful for the gifts that they were to us from God himself. Aluta Continua! Sihle Dube
Being a member of an organisation demands permanent commitment to its task and functions. Just like being a family member sharing both father and mother lineage, you can't divorce yourself during bad times. We are the members of the ANC through its branches and structures, Nelson Mandela is our first Commander-In-Chief, in his footsteps we will walk this thankless duty until we deliver our the mandate of our national democratic revolution. Ours is to uplift the poor, the unperfumed from their squalor conditions to a sustainable life. Its not an easy task but we promise to fulfill the legacy of Mandela and those gallant fighters who came before him the likes of Sefako Mapogo Makgatho from Limpopop, John Langalibalele Dube from KZN, Chief Albert Luthuli and Steve Biko from the Eastern Cape. In the ANC, We Believe...
Everything is about Mandela now. What about Chief Albert Luthuli, John Langalibalele Dube, Robert Sobukwe just to name few? Ur u guys trying to tell our next generation dat if it wasn't for Mandela we will be doomed, come on guys Mandela was also getting advises from dis guys lets also involve dem when talking about South African struggle, he wasn't de only person who serve 27 years in jail. Please let us be honest.
The democracy of ANC , this is the list of presidents since its formation . 1912 - 1917 John Langalibalele Dube (1871–1946) 1917 - 1924 Sefako Mapogo Makgatho (1861–1951) 1924 - 1927 Zacharias Richard Mahabane (1881–1970) 1927 - 1930 Josiah Tshangana Gumede (1870–1947) 1930 - 1936 Pixley ka Isaka Seme (1882–1951) 1937 - 1940 Zacharias Richard Mahabane (2x) 1940 - 1949 Alfred Bitini Xuma (1890–1962) 1949 - 1952 J. S. Moroka 1952 - 1967 Albert Luthuli (1898–1967) 1967 - 1991 Oliver Reginald Tambo (1917–1993) 1991 - 1997 Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela 1997 - 2007 Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki 2007–present Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma They believed and still believe in passing on the stick ,even when they were still in the struggle they understood this Shona saying (ushe madzoro) they came to realize that ANC is bigger than an individual . We the people of Zimbabwe are the architecture of our own suffering because we groomed a dictator named Robert . We treated him like he is a young brother of God now he .. ...
Statement by Ntate Jacob Zuma on sunday adressing a congregation in Giyani is blatant foul. It is rather irresponsible of him to run a guilt trip on fellow politicians like he did. If it is a curse to have a different view and be labelled as insulting and disrespecting the leadership, then let it be. His statement took me back to the Biblical meaning of Jacob. "He always made his own rules, deceiving others for selfish gains. He was actually a schemer, liar and manipulator". The meaning surely tally with the character of the sitting President of the Republic of South Africa. Cde Jacob Zuma and his cronies are destroying this movement of John Langalibalele Dube, Sol Plaatjie, Charlotte Maxeke, OR Tambo, Nelson Mandela, Sefako Makgatho, Hellen Joseph, Govan Mbeki, Lillian Ngoyi, Dorothy Nyembe, Sophie du Bruyn, Ray Alexander, Rahima Moosa and Thabo Mbeki. Religion is the opium of the people. Modern religions, churches and each and every religious organisation are regarded as instruments of bourgeois react . ...
Chief Albert Luthuli, John Langalibalele Dube, Oliver Thambo, Walter Sisulu, Govern Mbeki n Chris Hani. I suspect all these ANCestors have whispered in the ears of Nelson Mandela to join them.
I'm beginning to accept the saying " Leaders are born not made"also the probability that God created man and divided them into leaders and followers,amongst races he only blessed white race for default wealth and leadership,cz now I'm really convinced that giving a blackman power is like offering a woman financial independency as it impairs with the thinking ability hence considers themselves as superhumans with little or no regard of anybodyelse..the likes of John Langalibalele Dube,Robert Sobukwe,Govan Mbeki were amongst the few that generated leadership from Heart and their actions where the direct transformation of their thoughts and what they believed was everybodys intrest.
I am not the member of the African National Congress and my vote won't go to the ANC but i wont forget our political activist that fought fro our country during Apartheid time South Africa heros like ''Joe Slovo,Ruth First,The Pebco Three from Port Elizabeth Sipho Hashe,Qwagwahuli Godozi and Champion Galela they disappeared and never seen again'',The Craddock Case from Eastern Cape,Sicelo Mhlauli,Sparrow Mkhonto,Fort Calata and Matthew Goniwe they killed by South African security forces in 1984,Lilian Ngoyi,Helen Joseph,Rani Baloyi the first journalist she was blind,Chris Hani,Albet Nobel Luthuli,Dr Xuma,Steve Biko,John Langalibalele Dube,Walter Sisulu,Oliver Reginald Tambo,Mrs Schoon,Seeme,Govan Mbeki atc rest in peace comrades
John Langalibalele Dube died this day in 1946. Founding president of the African National Congress. 'uMafukuze' onjenge dangabane'
Today In History • 1719 - The first recorded sighting of the Aurora Borealis was in New England (in the US). • 1769 - Edward Beran of London patented venetian blinds. • 1792 - France's King Louis XVI went before the Convention, which had replaced the National Assembly, to face charges of treason. He was convicted and condemned and was sent to the guillotine the following January. • 1843 - Robert Koch, German scientist who visited South Africa to investigate the causes of rinderpest, is born in Germany. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on tuberculosis, one of the worst diseases in South Africa and the whole of Africa. • 1844 - Dr Horace Wells became the first person to have a tooth extracted after receiving an anaesthetic for the dental procedure. Nitrous Oxide, or laughing gas, was the anaesthetic. • 1870 - James Dube, a minor Zulu chief converted by the Reverend Daniel Lindley, is ordained as a minister. James was the father of John Langalibalele Dube. • 1872 - Pinckney Benton St ...
President Jacob Zuma has paid a glowing tribute to founding ANC president John Langalibalele Dube. He was delivering a lecture in Sasolburg in the Free State...
This month we celebrate the revolutionary contribution of one of the outstanding President of the ANC, the intellect, visionary and internationalist comrade Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki. I'm looking forward to the lecture to be delivered bybPresident Zuma who worked with this outstanding son of the soil for more then 35 years in exile. When they describe each other, even on difficult occasion they both say a " a brother". Let our factional line not disturb this history making session. I'm told next month the Deputy President of the ANC comrade Kgalema Motlanthe will deliver the similar lecture on President Jacob Zuma, this two will be interesting as they both spent 10 years in Robben island. I can't wait to receive an invite for both these historic lectures, after all we are all children of John Langalibalele Dube.
the ANC is the oldest political formation & liberation movement in the African Continent. Established in 1912 @ a Wesselyan Methodist Church in Mangaung-Bloemfontein. Its 1st President was Rev. John Langalibalele Dube (a priest of the Anglican Church). By this you can see that the ANC roots are in the Church and it's about time the Church recover its role
Chris Hani; "death be not proud". Govan Mbeki; "death be not proud". Ruth First, Walter Sisulu, John Langalibalele Dube; "death be not proud". Hector Peterson, OR Tambo; "death be not proud". Tsietsi Mashinini; "death be not proud". Steven Bantu Biko; "death be not proud". At the end death shall die and you are now liberated for all the heartaches of this world African warriors.
Lat night was a great day at the Durban City Hall. Dr. Kenneth Kaunda, Justice Zak Yacoob, ANC stalwart cde. Denis Goldberg, Dr. John Langalibalele Dube, Steven Bantu Biko, Mewa Ramgobin and Susan Barbara Brittion were awarded the Mahatma Gandhi International Awards with the former president of Zambia scooping the main award. It was great to hear these revolutionaries giving us umrabulo. Sometimes people can tell us what they heard but its more interesting to get it from the horses'mouth.
The ANC, which is the oldest liberation movement in the continent, has had 12 Presidents since 1912. They were John Langalibalele Dube from 1912-1917, Sefako Makgatho from 1917 to 1924, ZR Mahabane served his first term from 1924 to 1927, Josiah Gumede from 1927 to 1930, Pixley ka Isaka Seme from 1930 to 1936; ZR Mahabane`s second term from 1937 to 1940, AB Xuma from 1940 to 1949, James Moroka from 1949 to 1952, Albert Luthuli from 1952 to 1967, Oliver Reginald Tambo from 1967 to 1991, Nelson Mandela from 1991 to 1997, Thabo Mbeki from 1997 to 2007 and Jacob Zuma from 2007. Viva ANC Viva *ephakamisa isandla*
Minister announces 28 anti-apartheid heritage projects The Ministry of Arts and Culture announced plans to conduct 28 heritage projects this year in honor of the heroes of the anti-apartheid struggle. The project is expected to spend more than R40 million on initiatives in honour of former ANC president Oliver Tambo. The government would refurbish Tambo's old house in Bizana, in the Eastern Cape, would build a new road to it and would turn the Holy Cross Church in Ngquaza Hill (to which he belonged) into a heritage site. Minister Paul Mashatile said the Tambo memorials alone should create more than 250 jobs, and a legacy project in honour of the first ANC president, John Langalibalele Dube, launched in Inanda in February, should employ as many. The Steve Biko Centre in Ginsburg, also in the Eastern Cape, had to date created 609 jobs. Mashatile said the department would create another 10 000 job opportunities over the next three years through its public art programme and the establishment of an art bank to ...
The likes of Mangaliso Sobukwe, Rolihlahla Mandela, Lilian Ngoi, Mahatmma Gandi nt frgtn th 1st ANC president John Langalibalele Dube, to count th few...,today we walk free bcoz of u, we rili proud to say we comemmoratin ths day bcoz of u...happy Freedom Day South Africans
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