e’Bosch workshops encourage building bridges and a sustainable future for all

Thandi Chaane, the expert change-enabler who will facilitate the e'Bosch Workshop on how to create a sustainable future heritage for all.

The concept of how to create a sustainable future heritage for all will be the main theme at the e’Bosch Heritage Project’s Social Cohesion Workshop, which takes place on Tuesday November 20, from 9am to 1pm, at the Doornbosch Centre in Stellenbosch.

The e’Bosch Heritage Project, now in its eighth year of existence, stands for respecting human dignity, eliminating social injustices and forging social inclusion for all.

The e’Bosch management committee encourages everyone not
only to celebrate their own heritage, but also to build bridges between different racial and cultural groups so as to get to know and trust
each other.

The e’Bosch management committee therefore thought it fitting to get the expert change-enabler, Thandi Chaane, to run their workshop again for the third consecutive year.

Ms Chaane works with communities throughout the African continent on human rights, transformation and cultural diversity.

Her personal experience goes back to the 1976 uprising against apartheid up to her current involvement in the South African business sector. She uses this experience in an inspiring way and as a constructive backdrop to the understanding of our current political, economic and social challenges and the effect it might have on our future.

The outcome of the workshop is aimed to make every attendee leave motivated and equipped with tools to establish that desired cultural future in his or her own workplace and community.

The workshop is primarily aimed at the business community, and attendance is free, but bookings are essential as space is limited.

Contact Porchia Adams at porchia@phcomms.co.za or 084 441 2510, by Thursday November 15, for reservations.