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Africa Day is celebrated annually on 25 May 2015 throughout the world to commemorate the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (now African Union) in 1963.
The celebrations reinforce African solidarity and unity in diversity, and also highlight creativity, challenges and successes, as well as the cultural and economic potential of the continent.
As part of its Africa Day celebrations and campaign against xenophobia, we are encouraging people to acknowledge that together we can build a continent where people can live lives they value and respect each other’s rights.
A special event will be held in the Stellenbosch Town Hall in Plein Street Stellenbosch on 25 May 2015 at 13:00.
The 900 square kilometres municipal area is internationally renowned for its beautiful environment, many places of interest, wine farms, street cafes, restaurants, quality wines, historical buildings and excellent educational institutions. The major portion of the area is utilised for agriculture (mainly wine production) and it includes the towns of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and settlements such as Klapmuts, Koelenhof, Kylemore, Johannesdal, Pniel, Jamestown and Raithby. Stellenbosch town is 50 km to the east of Cape Town and is - after Cape Town - the oldest town in South Africa.
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