People’s Justice Fan Centre Programme

UPDATE: On Friday  18 June, the People’s Justice Fan Park will be hosting a discussion on Migration and Xenophobia to commemorate World Refugee Day. For more information, please see the press release on the main blog page.

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UPDATE: The Reparations Workshops taking place this week as part of the Red Card Campaign and People’s Justice Centre will be held on the East Rand – not at the centre in Soweto – and will be hosted by the East Rand Group. For more information about the workshops this week please contact Nomarussia Bonase on 082-751-9903.

Please contact the following people for more details on these parts of the programme:

– Film Screenings: Freedom Ngubonde on 072-224-3086

– Cultural Programme: Simphiwe Shabalala on 078-884-0610

– Social History Tours: Pamela Whitman on 079-103-6607

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The Khulumani Support group has organised a People’s Justice Fan Centre at the Methodist Central Mission in Jabavu, Soweto for the duration of the World Cup. Here members of the community, and beyond, can engage in critical debates around the Apartheid Lawsuit and broader social justice issues while also screening every game of the World Cup!

Daily activities take place as follows:

Mondays: Venue open for Exhibition Viewing & Match Screenings & Social History Tour Encounters

Tuesdays & Thursdays: Apartheid Survivor Testimonies x 2, Cultural Performances – Drama, Music & Poetry & Match Screenings

Wednesdays: Focus on Apartheid Lawsuit & Match Screenings

Fridays: PANEL Presentations & Film Screenings & Match Screenings

Saturdays & Sundays: Venue Closed

The draft detailed programme is as follows:

Thurs 10 Jun:Exhibition Viewing and Opening Concert

Fri 11 Jun: 10:30 – 12:30 PANEL & DISCUSSION on “Voices from the Left Field (or Sidelined?)”

Discussion on various voices that have something to say about the Football World Cup being organised in our country. This panel takes place on the day of the first match from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. The venue is the Methodist Central Mission, cnr Mphuthi and Diakane Streets, Central Western Jabavu.

Organisations and participants:

Black Wash- Zandi Radebe
Esset- Sonto Magwaza
Khulumani Support Group – Tshepo Madlingozi
Mandla Seloane
Gender Links – Jennifer Lewis
Anti Privatisation Forum
Moderator: Hassen Lorgat

14:00 OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY

16:00 Opening Match South Africa vs Mexico

20:30 Uruguay vs France

Sat 12 Jun:

10:00 – 13:00 Apartheid Lawsuit Advocacy March, Ekurhuleni

13:30 Argentina vs Nigeria

16:00Korea vs Greece

20:30 England vs USA

Sun 13 Jun:

10:30 – 13:00

Reparations SPEAK-OUT

13:30 Algeria vs Slovenia

16:00 Germany vs Australia

20:30 Serbia vs Ghana

Mon 14 Jun:

REPARATIONS WORKSHOP

13:30 Netherlands vs Denmark

16:00 Japan vs Cameroon

20:30 Italy vs Paraguay

Tues 15 Jun:

REPARATIONS WORKSHOP

13:30 New Zealand vs Slovakia

16:00 Core d’Ivoire vs Portugal

20:30 Brazil vs Korea

Wed 16 Jun:

NATIONAL YOUTH DAY: COMMEMORATION at Regina Mundi Church

13:30 Honduras vs Chile

16:00 Spain vs Switzerland

20:30 South Africa vs Uruguay

Thurs 17 Jun:

BOIPATONG MASSACRE Commemoration

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

13:30 France vs Mexico

16:00 Greece vs Nigeria

20:30 Argentina vs Korea

Fri 18 Jun:

10:30 – 12:30 PANEL & DISCUSSION on ANTI-XENOPHOBIA ACTIONS

13:30 Germany vs Serbia

16:00 Slovenia vs USA

20:30 England vs Algeria

Sat 19 Jun:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

13:30 Ghana vs Australia

16:00 Netherlands vs Japan

20:30 Cameroon vs Denmark

Sun 20 Jun:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

13:30 Slovakia vs Paraguay

16:00 Italy vs New Zealand

20:30 Brazil vs Core d’Ivoire

Mon 21 Jun:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

13:30 Portugal vs Korea

16:00 Chile vs Switzerland

20:30 Spain vs Honduras

Tues 22 Jun:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES,CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

13:30 France vs South Africa

16:00 Mexico vs Uruguay

20:30 Nigeria vs Korea

20:30 Greece vs Argentina

Wed 23 Jun:

10:00 – 12:30 FOCUS on the APARTHEID LAWSUIT

16:00 Slovenia vs England

16:00 USA vs Algeria

20:30 Ghana vs Germany

20:30 Australia vs Serbia

Thurs 24 Jun:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES,CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

16:00 Paraguay vs New Zealand

16:00 Slovakia vs Italy

20:30 Denmark vs Japan

20:30 Cameroon vs Netherlands

Fri 25 Jun:

10:30 – 12:30 PANEL & DISCUSSION on BASIC SERVICES – Water, Electricity, Health Care

16:00 Portugal vs Brazil

20:30 Switzerland vs Honduras

20:30 Chile vs Spain

Sat 26 Jun:

INTERNATIONAL DAY in Support of Victims of Torture: Launch of Khulumani Book, ALL THAT WAS LOST

ANNIVERSARY of the ADOPTION of the FREEDOM CHARTER

Organised Social History Encounter Tours

16:00 Round of 16

20:30 Round of 16

Sun 27 Jun:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

16:00 Round of 16

20:30 Round of 16

Mon 28 Jun:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

20:30 Round of 16

Tues 29 Jun:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

16:00 Round of 16

20:30 Round of 16

Wed 30 Jun:

COMMEMORATION of 50th Anniversary of INDEPENDENCE of DRC: WITS GREAT HAL

Thurs 1 Jul:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

Fri 2 Jul:

10:30 – 12:30 PANEL & DISCUSSION on QUALITY EDUCATION

16:00 QUARTER FINAL

20:30 QUARTER FINAL

Sat 3 Jul:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

16:00 QUARTER FINAL

20:30 QUARTER FINAL

Sun 4 Jul:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

Mon 5 Jul:

NO FORMAL PROGRAMME – Organised Social History Encounter Tours

Tues 6 Jul:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

20:30 SEMI FINAL

Wed 7 Jul:

10:00 – 12:30 FOCUS on the APARTHEID LAWSUIT

20:30 SEMI FINAL

Thurs 8 Jul:

10:00 – 12:30 TESTIMONIES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCE & FILM SCREENING

Fri 9 Jul:

10:30 – 12:30 PANEL DISCUSSION ON SOCCER, MEMORY and APARTHEID

Sat 10 Jul:

Organised Social History Encounter Tours

20:30 THIRD PLACE DECIDER

Sun 11 Jul:

Organised Social History Encounter Tours

20:30 FINAL

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