Afrikan Family Dialogue [June]
Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at 11:00pm
Ebukhosini Solutions444 Marshall Street, Belgravia
Johannesburg, 2094
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to an eBukhosini Solutions experience:

E V E N T D E T A I L S:

Date: Sunday 25 June
Time: 1pm
Theme: Is it Afrikan to be FEMINIST?
Presenter: Dikeledi Mokoena
Entrance: R50
Bring: Note book and pen
Note: Books, incense and health products will be on sale.

Venue: eBukhosini Solutions
Address: 444 Marshall Street (corner Boom Street)
Location: Jeppestown/Belgravia. 15 min. walk from Maboneng.
Map: See «Contact Us»-section on our web-page
Info: 074 690 4012 /

eBukhosini Solutions welcomes the Afrikan Family to another AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE. This is part of a monthly series of get-togethers with honest talk, solution-oriented dialogue and Pan-Afrikan inspiration. Light refreshments and snacks will be served. The entrance fee is R50 per person. Children up to 12 can come for free.

About the THEME
This time we welcome you to a dynamic dialogue about a topic that often brings heated discussions: Being Feminist and Being Afrikan. In times where the nation is witnessing an alarming number of brutal attacks, rape and violence against Afrikan women; is Feminism an Afrikan Solution or an Un-Afrikan tool for division? Is it true that Feminism promotes male-bashing, gender-wars and kills sexuality? Or is it a necessary response to address injustices created by a white, capitalist, patriarchal agenda? Does Black/Afrikan Feminism have a role to play within the Pan-Afrikan world? And, if so, how can it respond to the multiple challenges faced by the Afrikan Family today?

Dikeledi Mokoena is a mother, a scholar, perpetual student and Black radical feminist. She
teaches Afrikan Feminism and Gender Studies at Thabo Mbeki African Leadership Institute (TMALI) and Decolonial Political Economy at University of Pretoria. She loves laughing and occasionally believes she is funny.

Ebukhosini is a home/office/family-place – set up to inspire the Afrikan Family. The Afrikan Family Dialogue is an informal, monthly event where you can share, learn and grow deeper in your commitment to Afrikan transformation. After the presentation and dialogue, it also becomes a great place for networking. Bring your family!
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BLACK MENs Lekgotla [Daveyton]
Saturday, July 1st, 2017 at 8:30pm
Unity Secondary School-Daveyton1182 Britz St
Daveyton, 1520
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SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA invites all Afrikan (Black) men to another BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA. The venue is UNITY Secondary School in Daveyton, Benoni. The theme for this practical and interactive seminar is: BEING SOLUTIONS.

Date: Saturday 1 July 2017
Time: 10.30 for 11am
Venue: UNITY Secondary School
Address: 1182 Britz Street, Daveyton
Area: Tembisa
Info: 072 623 3126 / 074 690 4012
Bring: Notebook, pen and R30 (to buy communal lunch)

As Black Men we are often seen as a problem. We are linked to violence, poverty, crime and laziness. Why is this so? Do we see ourselves as a problem? Are we all useless fathers, abusive partners, cheating husbands and lazy providers? Can we see Afrikan men as…. BEING SOLUTIONS? And, if so, what do we have to DO for this to be reality?

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 “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 2017 include seminars and activities in various communities, mentorship, “Men on The Mountain” and training workshops for Black men.

Tel: 074 690 4012
Facebook: SHABAKA – Men of Afrika

BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA is one of the activities presented by SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA. This is a space for Brothers to come together and listen to each other, learn from each other and give each other advice from a practical, Afrikan perspective.
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