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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


24 August 2017 


‘Steve Biko’s Vision:

Achieving A Human & Egalitarian Society’

The Steve Biko Foundation, in partnership with the Department of Cultural & Political Studies at the University of Limpopo invites you to the FrankTalk dialogue, “Steve Biko’s Vision: Achieving a Human & Egalitarian Society”, to be held at the R-40 Hall, University of Limpopo, Turfloop campus.


Details of the upcoming FrankTalk dialogue are as follows:


Thursday, 24th August 2017

R-40 Hall, University of Limpopo, Turfloop Campus

10:30 for 11:00

rsvp@sbf.org.za or call 011 403 0310



Prof. Mabogo Percy More: Professor of Philosophy, UL

Mr. Mohlobo Modiba: Undergrad Accountancy Student, UL

Ms. Legodi Lebogang Tiego: Postgrad Politics Student, UL

10 August 2017 


‘The People’s War’

‘Reflections of an ANC Cadre’

The Steve Biko Foundation invites you to the book launch of ‘The People’s War: Reflections of An ANC Cadre’ by Charles Nqakula.


Details of the Book Launch are as follows:


Thursday, 10 August 2017



18:00 for 18:30


The Steve Biko Centre, One Zotshie Street

Ginsberg, King William’s Town (eQonce)


rsvp@sbf.org.za or call Mr Mwelela Cele on 043 605 6700/36


For more information about the book launch please contact the Steve Biko Centre’s Head Librarian, Mr Mwelela Cele, via email: Mwelela@sbf.org.za or call 043 605 6700/36.

Steve Biko's Vision - Achieving A Human & Egalitarian Society

For more information about the dialogue please contact Lehlogonolo Shaokane via email: lshakoane@sbf.org.za or call 011 403 0310.

People's War Poster - Draft 2

This well-documented publication comprises detailed recollections of an era when activists daily faced the possibility of detention, imprisonment, torture, and even death.  This inspiring, absorbing and timely collection springs from the collective memory of the stalwarts who participated in the struggle for liberation.

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