CTHGC Events Calendar

We have regular events throughout each month. Please ensure that you register for any event you intend to attend. While our events are free of charge, donations are welcome in support of our ongoing events.

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Cattle Grazed Among the Bones of our Sacred Martyrs: Covering Babyn Yar through the Decades

Online

It took two years for the Forward to first cover the 1941 massacre at Babyn Yar, a ravine in Ukraine, where the Nazis massacred more than 33,000 Jews over two days. Years after Forward's initial report, their kept readers connected to Babyn Yar, with witness accounts at a Nazi war crimes trial, a detailed history of the event Kyiv Jews shared with a delegation of New York rabbis visiting in the 1950s, and dispatches from their Paris correspondent.

Free

28th Commemoration of the Genocide Against the Tutsi

Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre 88 Hatfield Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001

28th Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda event with a lighting of candles and a message from the High Commissioner of Rwanda in South Africa.

Free

Yom HaShoah Commemoration

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Please join us on Thursday 28 April at 12:45pm as we commemorate Yom HaShoah virtually. The Yom HaShoah virtual commemoration recording can be found on our Facebook page.

Free

Volunteer Open Day 2022

Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre 88 Hatfield Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001

If you would to like to play a role in creating a more caring and just society, join CTHGC for our Volunteer Open Day on Thursday 19 May 2022. Booking is essential.

Free

Lessons I have learned from my work with survivors over the years by Chava Erlanger

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Chava Erlanger will be sharing testimonies and life lessons she has heard, curated and witnessed first hand from survivors. Within this topic, she will be discussing the impact of being stripped of basic human rights and the long lasting impact on survivors. Chava will share stories of humanity, resilience as well as of survivors who have not managed to overcome their traumas.

Three Minutes – A Lengthening

The film Three Minutes – A Lengthening will be screened on Sunday 26 June at 3pm at the Labia Theatre as part of the Encounters International Documentary Festival. Tickets for the screening can be purchased using the link: https://www.webticket.co.za/v2/Performance.aspx?itemid=1515397261