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The Steve Biko Foundation

The Steve Biko Foundation is a community development organisation inspired by the legacy of Bantu Stephen

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The Steve Biko Centre

Located in the Ginsberg Township of King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape, the Centre focuses on translating global

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Upcoming Events

 


14 June 2017 

BOOK LAUNCH & READING SESSION

‘How Many Ways Can You Say Hello’

Written By: Refiloe Moahloli


The Steve Biko Foundation and Penguin Random House South Africa invite you to the launch and children’s reading session of ‘How Many Ways Can You Say Hello’ written by Refiloe Moahloli.

 

Details of the upcoming Book Launch & Reading are as follows:

DATE:

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

VENUE:

Steve Biko Centre Children’s Library, One Zotshie Street, Ginsberg, King William’s Town

TIME:

14:30 for 15:00 for the children’s reading

17:30 for 18:00 for the book launch

RSVP:

Please contact Ms Phumza Mbunge on 043 605 6724/36

or via email: rsvp@sbf.org.za

 

All parents are encouraged to attend with their children for this enriching learning experience.

15 June 2017 

BOOK LAUNCH

‘Collective Amnesia’

By Koleka Putuma


The Steve Biko Foundation invites you to the launch of the book ‘Collective Amnesia’ by Koleka Putuma.

 

Details of the Book Launch are as follows:

DATE:

Thursday, 15 June 2017

 

TIME:

18h00 for 18h30

VENUE:

Steve Biko Centre, One Zotshie Street

Ginsberg, King William’s Town

RSVP:

Please contact Mr Xolani Kapakati on 043 605 6700 or via email: rsvp@sbf.org.za

18 July 2017 

EXHIBITION OPENING

Poisoned Pasts

‘Legacies of Chemical & Biological Warfare Programmes’


The Steve Biko Foundation, the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Institute for Security Studies invite you to the launch of the exhibition ‘Poisoned Pasts: Legacies Of The South African Chemical & Biological Warfare Programme’.

 

Details of the Exhibition Opening are as follows:

DATE:

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

VENUE:

Steve Biko Centre, One Zotshie Street

Ginsberg, King William’s Town

TIME:

View the exhibition from 17h30. Official Opening at 18h30. The exhibition will be open to the public from 18 July to 01 October 2017

RSVP:

Please contact Mr Mwelela Cele on 043 605 6700/36

or via email: rsvp@sbf.org.za

Book Reading Sessions - HelloSteve-Bikho
Collective Amnesia Invitation
Poisoned Past Exhibition

The exhibition is a collaborative undertaking that tells the story of Project Coast and its legacy through powerful visual reportage. historical documents and concise, meticulously researched commentary, interspersed with artistic interpretation.

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