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Baba Buntu is an Activist Scholar and Founding Director of eBukhosini Solutions; a community-based company in Johannesburg, specializing in Afrikan-Centered Education. As a Pan-Afrikan educator, writer, mentor and practitioner, Baba Buntu has more than 30 years of experience in conceptualizing and contributing to programs on social development, innovative entrepreneurship and cultural empowerment. He has founded a number of community interventions based on practical approaches to Black Consciousness and decolonial methods. With experience from working engagements in Afrika, the Caribbean and Europe, Buntu’s passion lies within people-centred development for practical empowerment of Afrikan youth, families and communities. He holds a Doctoral and a Master Degree in Philosophy of Education from UNISA.

Afrikan Lunch – Can Religion Save Afrika? – Sunday 31 May

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Date: Sunday 31 May
Time: 1pm
Theme: Can Religion Save Afrika?
Presenter: B. B. Tumi Senokoane
Venue: eBukhosini Solutions
Address: 444 Marshall Street (corner Boom Street)
Location: Jeppestown/Belgravia. 15 min. walk from Maboneng. See further directions below.
Map: http://tinyurl.com/qgoow5j
Info: 074 690 4012 / info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za

afrikan lunch

A delicious plate of healthy food is available for an affordable price (R40 per plate). Tea/coffee (R10) and juice (R12) are also on sale.

About the THEME
The introduction to what is now considered major religions in Africa took place through violent and oppressive means, and to the detriment of existing spiritual knowledge. The many layers of imperialist power were also present in practices of faith. With Afrika’s current challenges in relation to economic development, political self-determination and cultural authenticity, what solutions do religions represent for Afrikan people?

To what extent should religion be expected to voice political standpoints? Clearly, many institutions of faith played an important role in anti-colonial/Apartheid struggle, but are these religions relevant for Afrikans today? Does religion make us better suited to claim liberation? To locate ourselves in Afrika? Should we re-Afrikanize religions or “de-religify” Afrikanness? And, lastly, can we reconstruct our own Afrikan religiosity?

About the presenter
Bro’ Boitumelo B. Tumi Senokoane is a Black Theologian and Lecturer at UNISA in the Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Theology.

Ebukhosini is a home/office/family-place – set up to inspire the Afrikan Family. The Afrikan Lunch is an informal, monthly, lunch-event where you can buy a plate of great food and relax in the company of interesting people. After the presentation, it also becomes a great place for networking. Bring your family!



Address: 444 Marshall Street (corner Boom Street).

Location: Belgravia, downtown Johannesburg, close to Jeppestown, Malvern and Kensington, 15 min walk from Maboneng.

To get there (by car): From Gandhi Square, follow Main Street past Maboneng. Turn right on Boom Str. We are next to the Dominican Catholic School entrance. Parking for cars on Boom street.

Public transport: Take taxi towards Malvern/Kensington (the ones that follow Jules Street!). Get off at Long Street. Walk left into Long Street, turn right into Marshall. See 444 Marshall by corner Boom Street.

WELCOME to THE AFRIKAN LUNCH; Reviving the Afrikan Family!

Information: 074 690 4012, info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
Ebukhosini Solutions – find us on Facebook and on the web:www.ebukhosinisolutions.co.za

EBUKHOSINI SOLUTIONS is a community-based company offering consultation and services related to community development, youth empowerment, leadership training, social upliftment and Afrikan Centred education. Join our fanpage on Facebook: http://goo.gl/ZjunU

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