To promote good governance and a culture of human rights through oversight, law-making and
public participation and education
The Constitution of South Africa sets a single, sovereign democratic state where governance is effected through Parliament which includes provincial legislatures, the Executive and the Judiciary. The mandate of provincial legislatures is achieved through passing legislation, overseeing government action through oversight and the facilitating of public involvement, co operative government and public participation.
The month of May is recognised as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).
The establishing the Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) in 1963, the African continent became a pioneer in being the first continent to focus on continental unity and to encourage nation building through unity and freedom from oppression. It is in celebration of this milestone of the OAU and its successor, the African Union, that the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture will host a series of events to celebrate Africa Day on 25th May and throughout May for Africa Month.
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