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Sharpeville – BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA

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SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA, in collaboration with Mzansi Cares invite all Afrikan (Black) men to BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA. This time, the venue is Word of Life Bible Church in Sharpville, Vereeniging. The theme for this practical and interactive seminar is: AFRIKAN MAN UNLIMITED: Power, Purpose & Potential (Pt II).

Date: Saturday 5 September
Time: 10:30 for 11am
Venue: Word of Life Bible Church
Address: Birmingham Road, off Theunis Kruger Street (near Tau Bazaar & Phelandaba Cemetery).
Area: Dicksonville, Sharpville (Vereeniging, Gauteng South)
Map: http://tinyurl.com/nlz2v2g
Info: 074 690 4012 / 071 512 7976


Bring: Notebook, pen and at least R20-R30 (to buy communal lunch)

Theme: AFRIKAN MAN UNLIMITED: Power, Purpose & Potential (Pt. II)
What is the strength and ability of an Afrikan Man in today’s world? How to improve your role as a Father, Partner, Brother and Entrepreneur? How do we become powerful, have sense of direction and develop our skills to the maximum?

Program: Presentations, discussions, solutions and inspirational Brotherhood

BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA; A space for Brothers to reflect, share, grow and change. The “lekgotla” (which means “council”/inclusive meeting of importance) is an informal and inspirational seminar with presentations, reflections, exercises and discussions for Afrikan/Black men of all age groups.


SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA is an initiative for and by Afrikan men for empowerment and growth. The program, which started in 2010, seeks to build a movement for Afrikan men who will contribute to a healthy, strong and revived Afrikan Family which can draw from its cultural past and be relevant to the needs of contemporary Afrikan communities. Activities for 2015 include workshops in various communities, mentorship and seminars for Black men.

Tel: 074 690 4012
E-mail: info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
Web: www.ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
Facebook: SHABAKA – Men of Afrika

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