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The Kara Heritage Institute events showcase African tradition,
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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.

Dedication of the Kara Interfaith Centre: 20 September 2014

Dr Mathole Motshekga, Mme Mphatheleni Ndima, The CEO of Kara Heritage Institute Mme Ditshego Kekana and Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima During the Dedication of the Kara Interfaith Centre.
Dr Mathole Motshekga, Makgato Motshekga, Lerato Motshekga and Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima, at the Dedication of the Kara Interfaith Centre.
Spiritual Singers performing during the Dedication.
Bethuel Ramoshaba and Takumi Motshekga preparing to slaughter.
Mr Takumi Motshekga and Mr Bethuel Ramoshaba, Slaughtering. Photo Taken by Ditebogo Mabushe
Sacrificial Chosen Offering Goat
Ntate Lazarus Mabokela with the Spiritual Singers
Performance by Traditional Dancers
Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima taking a lead. to perform a ritual.
Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima, addressing everyone during dedication proceedings, on the insert Dr Mathole Motshekga, Mrs Ditshego Kekana, and Mme Mphatheleni Ndima, and many others. Photo taken by Ditebogo Mabushe
Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima taking a lead to the chapel. Photo Taken by Ditebogo Mabushe
Inside the Chapel, the elders gathered together for consulting ancestors.
Doctor Mathole Motshekga, Professor/ Doctor Mashudu Ndima During the proceedings. Photo Taken by Ditebogo Mabushe.
Mme Mphatheleni Ndima Performing the ritual. photo taken by Ditebogo Mabushe.

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