ANC SG launches Cuba Solidarity Campaign
The African National Congress will launch the Cuban Solidarity Campaign tomorrow, 24 July 2014. This campaign, whose launch is intended to coincide with the 61st Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution on the 26 July, aims to pledge solidarity with the people of Cuba against the continuing unjust economic blockade by the USA, and celebrate the long-standing relationship that the ANC has with the Communist Party of Cuba and 20 years of South Africa-Cuba diplomatic relations.
Members of the media are invited to a media briefing to be addressed by the ANC Secretary-General, Comrade Gwede Mantashe, and the Cuban Ambassador, His Excellency Carlos Fernandez de Cossio. The briefing will be followed by the first in a series of activities that will unfold as part of the Solidarity Campaign, which is the screening of the documentary, Cuba-South Africa: After The Battle. The media briefing will take place follows:
Date: Thursday 24 July 2014
Venue: Africa Museum, 121 Bree Street, Newtown
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