Minister Nathi Mthethwa launches 2022 Human Rights Month at Kgosi Mampuru Museum, 1 Mar

Minister Nathi Mthethwa launches 2022 Human Rights Month at Kgosi Mampuru Museum, 1 Mar

Minister Mthethwa to launch the 2022 Human Rights month at the Kgosi Mampuru Museum, Pretoria

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC), Minister Nathi Mthethwa invites members of the media to the launch of Human Rights Month programme taking place on Tuesday, 01 March 2022 at the Kgosi Mampuru Museum in Pretoria.

The 2022 Human Rights Month programme will be launched under the theme, “The Year of Unity and Renewal: Protecting and Preserving our Human Rights Gains”.

Given the need to protect and preserve our human rights as enshrined in the constitution, the Department will launch the month through the national dialogue to relive the country’s courageous journey in the fight for Human Rights.

In the quest to honour and uphold the rights of every citizen, as well as to nurture a more equitable society as envisioned in the NDP Vision 2030, this dialogic platform will allow the panelists to explore, engage and deliberate on a variety of human rights issues. Minister Mthethwa will also officially open the Robert Sobukwe Exhibition as part of the launch.

Prior to the dialogue, Minister Mthethwa and other dignitaries will take part in the I Choose 2B Active Virtual Gym class to promote active lifestyle. Session will be streamed live on zoom, departmental Youtube and Instagram platforms. Minister will be joined by 2 health and fitness instructors.

Members of the media are invited as follows:

Part 01: I Choose 2B Active Gym Class

Date: Tuesday, 01 March 2022
Time: 06h00 – 07h00
Venue: Kgosi Mampuru Central Correctional Foyer, Pretoria

Part 02: Human Rights Launch Keynote address & Dialogue
Time: 09h00 -11h50
Venue: Kgosi Mampuru Museum, Pretoria.

Part 03: Official Opening of Robert Sobukwe Exhibition

Time: 11h50 – 12h20
Venue: Kgosi Mampuru Museum, Pretoria.

RSVPs & Media enquiries:
Madimetja Moleba
Cell: 066 301 4675
E-mail: Madimetjam@dsac.gov.za(link sends e-mail)

For media and other enquiries please kindly contact:

Masechaba Khumalo
Cell: 066 380 7408
E-mail: Masechabak@dsac.gov.za

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