Black Mens Lekgotla [Gaborone]
Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at 7:00pm
SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA, eBukhosini Solutions
and our partners in Gaborone
invite all Black/African men to:

BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA;
- an interactive workshop for African Men

Date: Saturday 1 April 2017
Time: 09:00
Venue: First Bontleng Futsal Park
Area: Bontleng (near police housing)
City: Gaborone

Info: Ras Samoki, 72 255 471 or info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
Bring: Notebook and pen. Cash (food on sale / donations welcome).

What is this: A practical and interactive seminar for ambitious Brothers, with an open and honest reflection on some of the daily challenges facing Black Men today – and dialogue on how to respond to them, from an African perspective.

Who can participate: Black / African men of any age, nationality and language background.

Theme: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN AFRICAN MAN?
In our communities we observe much confusion about manhood and many negative stereotypes about Black men as lazy, abusive and useless. So how does one respond to the challenges and how does one shape oneself into a balanced man? These questions will be discussed in a practical and African-centred way, to engage Black men of all ages.

Program: Presentations, discussions, solutions and inspirational Brotherhood.

About the Facilitator: Baba Buntu is an Activist Scholar, Founding Director of eBukhosini Solutions (in South Africa) and Founder of SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA. Baba Buntu is also a PhD Candidate at University of South Africa and the Executive Directore of eBukohsini Solutions in Johannesburg.

SHABAKA is a movement for African Men focusing on empowering Black Men within their roles as entrepreneurs, fathers, partners, leaders and community members. Info: www.ebukhosinisolutions.co.za

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Black Mens Lekgotla [Soshanguve]
Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at 8:30pm
I N V I T A T I O N T O:

BLACK MEN’S LEKGOTLA,
Saturday 1 April, 10.30am for 11am
KT MOTUBATSE COMMUNITY HALL, Soshanguve

SHABAKA – MEN OF AFRIKA invites all Afrikan (Black) men to another BLACK MEN’s LEKGOTLA. The venue is the KT Motubatse Community Hall in SOSHANGUVE, Ext. 4. The theme for this practical and interactive seminar is: BEING SOLUTIONS.

Date: Saturday 1 April 2017
Time: 10.30 for 11am
Venue: KT Motubatse Community Hall
Address: Extension 4
Area: Soshanguve South
Map: http://tinyurl.com/nxvkbus
Info: 081 263 8742 / 074 690 4012
Bring: Notebook, pen and R30 (to buy communal lunch)

Theme: BEING SOLUTIONS
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.

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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.

CONTACT SHABAKA
Tel: 074 690 4012
E-mail: info@ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
Web: www.ebukhosinisolutions.co.za
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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