Today, Freedom Park hosts the University of Pretoria PSL team, AmaTuks, together with 35 learners from Jopie Fourie Primary School in Salvokop
Freedom Park commemorates Reconciliation Month with a range of activities and events under the theme "Towards building a united nation at peace with itself and its neighbours"
Freedom Park will be closed on Friday, 30 November 2012
Freedom Park has confirmed its status as a leading heritage site by being rated first overall amongst heritage and historical sites in Tshwane, by business and government leaders, following a survey conducted by PMR.africa
Freedom Park wishes to inform the media and the general public that it has withdrawn permission for the hosting of the heritage event that was planned for 29 September 2012, as the client has failed to comply with the legal requirements for the holding of large public events
This year, Freedom Park celebrates Heritage Day by offering visitors free entrance to this heritage institution on Monday, 24 September 2012
On Wednesday, 22 August 2012, Freedom Park hosts Dr Brigalia Bam, Ela Gandhi and Mary Burton in a dialogue entitled "Forward to the decade of African women: celebrating and acknowledging the sacrifices of women in the struggle that shaped our freedom"
Freedom Park offers a helping hand to inhabitants of fire-ravaged informal settlement in Pretoria West on Mandela Day
Freedom Park's Youth Month initiatives culminate in a dialogue between military veterans and Alexandra youth on Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Freedom Park visits the youth of Delft, on the Cape Flats in the Western Cape, with a message of expectation for the future