Minister Zola Skweyiya Leads South African Delegation to London
Solidarity Conference, London, United Kingdom Friday, 3 - Saturday, 4 June 2005
- South African Minister of Social Development Dr Zola Skweyiya will lead a South
African delegation to the London Solidarity Conference scheduled for Friday-Saturday
3-4 June 2005.
The conference was scheduled to be addressed Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, who due to the death of her sister
in law, Ms. Fikile Dlamini, could no longer attend the Conference.
entitled, "South Africa's 2nd Decade of Freedom: Developing Partnerships
and Solidarity between Britain and South Africa," is a follow-up to the London
Solidarity Conference held in October 2003 to review progress and developments
since the advent of democracy in 1994 in South Africa.
Minister Zola Skweyiya
will present an address entitled, "The Challenges of South Africa's 2nd Decade
of Freedom: The South African Perspective," on Saturday, 4 June 2005.
in the Conference will include South Africa's High Commissioner to London, Dr
Lindiwe Mabuza, British Secretary of State for International Development Hilary
Benn MP, United Kingdom High Commissioner Designate to South Africa Paul Boateng,
Frank Dobson MP and Hugh Bayley MP.
The Solidarity Conference celebrates
the support of the British people, acting mainly through the British Anti-Apartheid
Movement, in the fight against apartheid. The movement also worked for the freedom
of all Southern African countries that were still under colonial and apartheid
Issued by Ronnie Mamoepa on 082 990 4853.
Department of Foreign
Private Bag X152
3 June 2005