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The Kara Heritage Institute, promoting a rich and vibrant heritage

The Kara Heritage Institute events showcase African tradition,
culture and heritage.

02 March 2014 Seminar:05-06 June 2015: Mapungubwe Legacy Project12 April 2015: Khashane Mamadepa memorial African Cultural Renaissance Seminar 22 September 2014African History Month Symposium and Celebrations 27 February 2015African History Month Symposium and Celebrations 7 Feb 2014Archie Mafeje Memorial Lecture 28 March 2014Consultative Interfaith Seminar on Children's Rights: 07 January 2015. Photos taken by DNC Production Studio.Dedication of the Kara Interfaith Centre Continued on the: 21 September 2014Dedication of the Kara Interfaith Centre: 20 September 2014Kara Heritage Institute BooksKara Hertitage T-shirtKara Young Pioneers Forum Launch - Rabie Ridge 19 January 2017Launch of Queen Modjadji Legacy April 2015Launch of the Kara Heritage Institute, 21 Sept 2013Public Lecture By Doctor Mathole Motshekga, Guest Speakers: Professor Mammo Muchie, Mastercrafter Ntate Simon Masilo, Mr Lebohang Ngwako, and Miss Avhasei Mulovhedzi: All Photos taken by DNC ProductioQueenship to be honoured on Friday(05/12/2014) with 5m-long Modjadji Dynasty Memorial in SetlhakoneSouth African Literary Awards (SALA) 2015Spiritual Dancers

The Kara Heritage Institute gallery is a true testament to the indigenous cultural heritage, with African tradition and culture dominating at gatherings and events.

African History Month Symposium and Celebrations 7 Feb 2014

Performance by Kara Development Ministries, Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Kara Development Ministries, with Dr. Mathole Motshekga and Mrs. Ditshego Kekana, Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Mr. Sam Lekala (AISA), Dr. Mathole Motshekga (KARA), Mrs. Ditshego Kekana (KARA) and Vusi Mchunu (House of Memory). Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Prof. D Mosoma, delivering a paper. Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Prof. Mammo Muchie, Professor Mammo Muchie, DPhil DST/NRF SARChI Research Professor on Innovation and Development Institute for Economic Research on Innovation (IERI) Tshwane University of Technology, presenting a paper. Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Dr. Mathole Motshekga, presenting his paper. Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Dr. Mathole Motshekga, director: Kara Heritage Institute, explaining the map of Africa/Ethiopia taken from Ptolemy's Map of the World c.A.D. 150
Dr. Mathole Motshekga, and the Kara Development Ministries. Photo taken by Morris Legoabe
Dr. Mathole Motshekga and the Africa E Ntle Calabash group. Photo taken by Serofo Motshekga

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