The Freedom Park and the National Religious Leaders Forum have partnered with the Department of Correctional Services in hosting an inter-faith prayer day on 24 November 2005 at Pilditch Stadium in Tshwane.
Cuban Ambassador, Esther Amenteros will tour The Freedom Park on 10 November 2005. She will be accompanied by a delegation from the Cuban Institute for the Arts and the Cinematography Industry.
Gerry Adams, President of the Irish Republican Army’s Sinn Fein will visit The Freedom Park to lay a wreath on 18 October 2005.
The National Heritage Council in co-operation with fellow cultural organisations The Freedom Park, IIKSA (Indigenous Knowledge Systems of South Africa), AROSA (African Renaissance Organisation of Southern Africa) and SACAR (South African Charter of African Renaissance) will launch the National Living Treasures Awards ceremony on 30 September 2005.
The Freedom Park will hold a press conference on 24 August 2005 to announce the commencement of the construction of the Intermediary Phase.
The Freedom Park has joined forces with partners SACAR (SA Charter for African Renaissance), AROSA (African Renaissance Organisation of Southern Africa) and IKKSA (Indigenous Knowledge Systems of South Africa) in hosting a dialogue between women and the youth of South Africa.
Since the first democratic elections, former enemies on opposite sides of the spectrum have come together into a united military organisation.
In keeping with The Freedom Park’s vision to market the museum internationally, we will organise a tour of the site by African and other international ambassadors.
A two-day workshop is to be held at the University of Venda on 25 to 26 May 2005. The conference will focus on cultural historical issues and how they influence modern living.
The Freedom Park is to host a function in the Transvaal Museum on 05 May 2005, where professional artists are due to present their proposals for sculptures to be erected on the site to the stakeholders.