CTHGC sculpture 1
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Memorialisation

Archival Intern Kine Matose explores the emotive topic of memorialisation. Why do we memorialise? We memorialise as a way to show respect and preserve the memory of individuals, whether passed or living, groups of people or events. There are many traditions to honour people: statues, buildings, tombstones,...

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womens march
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National Women’s Day

“Wathint'abafazi, Wathint'imbokodo!” You strike the women, You strike a rock! Internationally, women’s day is celebrated on 8th of March. This date was chosen in 1914 by various communist and socialist movements around the world, and subsequently designated internationally as a date to protest inequality between the sexes. So...

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