Sunday, March 25th, 2018 at 11:00pm
Ebukhosini Solutions444 Marshall Street, Belgravia
Johannesburg, 2094
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eBukhosini Solutions invites the Afrikan Family to its monthly event: AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE.

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

Date: Sunday 25 March
Time: 1pm
Theme: Borders & Belonging – How Do We Define “home” in Afrika?
Presenter: Adv Kathy Dehlu Mhango
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. (See directions further down)
Map: See «Contact Us»-section on our web-page
Info: 074 690 4012 /

eBukhosini Solutions welcomes the Afrikan Family to the first AFRIKAN FAMILY DIALOGUE of 2018. 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
“Where are you from?” is a question that many Afrikans find themselves having to respond to. Often due to hostile notions that one should “stay where you come from” and not move around. Does this make sense? Why do we seem to be fearful of other Black people who “come from somewhere else”? As a people who have always travelled, explored and collaborated, should we not be able to call any part of Afrika “home”?

We see hatred and violent clashes between Afrikans, just because some believe we should not cross borders or go where we “don’t belong”. But, who decides who belongs where? Do we need national borders and is the best way for us to “stick to our own”? What are the reasons many people are on the move within Afrika? What are the effects on the Afrikan Family when we become refugees, asylum seekers or migrants? And, are we getting closer to Afrikan unity, or moving further away from it?

Adv Kathy Dehlu Mhango, is a member of the Johannesburg Society of Advocates, with particular interest in Constitutional Law, Commercial Law, Labour Law, Pension Law and Public Law. She has also worked as translator and in business administration. Adv Mhango is a Pan-Africanist, a Matriarch, Mother of nine children and expecting her 18th grandchild!

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!


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.