Long March To Freedom

Long March to Freedom Sculpture Exhibition is now open at Century City.

There have been many that made a stand and their mark, and created an opportunity to bring forth a people that would be the result of the South Africa we have today.

Some mean more to others and some mean absolutely nothing to anyone and that’s the beauty of it all in that we have people from all walks of life that have contributed to the history of South Africa and thus having an attraction of this nature helps us to share, learn and grow. Through it all giving cause for celebration to all the people of our beautiful land.

“Quite long ago, my Forebearers extended a hand of friendship to the people of Europe when they came to that continent. What has happened to the extension of that hand only history can say.”

Watch this video by our friends from African Travel Crew who helped bring this story and attraction to us in more than just looking at statues of South Africa’s Heroes.

I was so happy when I got to learn about the exhibition coming to Cape Town after having seen the video originally because of working with African Travel Crew and helping to find stories of the gems of people of #IAMCAPETOWN to get a sense of what the kind of work it is we will be doing.

Listening to Dali Tambo, share the vision of how he came about the idea of this exhibition is just the kind of thing that helps us show that there is divine energy and that things will happen for the right reasons. The National Heritage Project Company started off the exhibition of life-sized bronze statues, Long March To Freedom celebrating South African Icons, in Maropeng at the Cradle Of Humankind. Read more about it here.

I look forward to many people heading to go see, learn, and share what their take out is on it all as part of the journey of growth as a people and country. Get your tickets at computicket and do tell us in the comments about your experience.

“Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another.” ~ Nelson Mandela

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