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The plan to repatriate the human remains of David Stuurman from Sydney in Australia was anticipated to be realised during the month of April when South Africa launched celebrations of its twenty years of democracy on the 27th April 2014. The National Heritage Council (NHC)...

The University of South Africa (UNISA) renamed its landmark buildings in Pretoria after two struggle icons, during the Freedom month–April, to mark 20 years of democracy. The Vista Building will be named after Robert Sobukwe and the Vudec Building after Solomon Mahlangu. Sobukwe, the first President of...

On April 11th, the Elliot Four memorial will be unveiled by President Jacob Zuma with the families of the victims at Elliot in the Eastern Cape from 10h00. This honour is incorporated by the National Heritage Council as part of the Liberation Heritage Route initiative...

BATAKI programme paves new heights for the young artist Northern Cape’s Phillip Mathloko who is part of the National Heritage Council’s (NHC) youth development programme- BATAKI, handed over a painting with an image of the Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa on a treated goatskin to deputy President...

Madiba's dream of a secondary school at his birthplace of Mvezo in the Eastern Cape was finally realised with the official opening of the Nelson Mandela School of Science and Technology. The R100-million school, built in partnership by German engineering company Siemens, the Mvezo Development Trust,...

[box type="info"]Place: AmazimtotI, Kwazulu Natal[/box] The institution carries rich heritage with a galaxy of leaders and icons that have helped liberate and develop Africa Visit to Adam’s College Members of the National Heritage Council (NHC) went to Adams College for report and progress made on the Mission Stations...

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