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Deputy Minister Dr. Chana Pilane-Mayake hosted the women’s breakfast panel
This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Public Works and Public Administration, Dr. It will be performed by Chana Pilane-Mayaka.
Hosting a Breakfast Discussion to commemorate Women’s Month and learn about sustainability
The women’s march on union buildings is a legacy of the 1956 no-passage laws. The event will continue
Bring it under the theme of “women on whose shoulders we stand” and focus on it
In memory of the life and activism of inspirational mother Berta Gksova
The historical event that took place on August 9, 1956 resonated for generations.
and the community sector.
This Dialogue Breakfast will provide a forum to discuss the importance of the issue.
Women’s March made progress in supporting women’s rights and challenges
who is still waiting? Speakers and participants from different fields will speak
Ideas, experiences and views that highlight the contribution of women in shaping a society
a more integrated and harmonious society.
The details of the breakfast dialogue are as follows:
Date: 18 September 2023
Working hours: 08:30 – 12:00
Location: Sheraton Pretoria Hotel, Gauteng Province
We invite members of the media to the Women’s Breakfast Forum.
Please reply with your name, media and contact information to:
Mr. Dudley Molloy, Dudley@dpsa.gov.za +27 72 420 9946
For more information, contact Mr. Moses Mushi, Director of Communications.
Department of Public Works and Administration, 082 972 6595, email@example.com
Issued by the Ministry of Public Works and Public Administration