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Celebrating the hundred and sixty eight years anniversary of the birthday of José Martí

CELEBRATING THE HUNDRED AND SIXTY EIGHT YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTHDAY OF JOSE MARTI THE APOSTLE OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION. A CANDLE WHICH CONTINUES TO LIGHT OTHERS

By Phatse Justice Piitso*

*Ambassador Phatse Justice Piitso, is now the Chief of staff in the office of the Secretary General of the African National Congress. He wrote this article in his personal capacity. 

Date: 28 January 2021. 

Declaration from the Association of Cuban Residents in South Africa

Pretria, January 19, 2021.- On behalf of the Cuban Residents in South Africa it is make this declaration, to unite our voices to many others across the world and many organizations that have expressed their public disapproval and condemnation of the cruel economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States of America for many years.

SACP condemns categorising of Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism

Pretoria, January 13, 2021.- The South African Communist Party (SACP) condemns in the strongest terms possible the announcement made by the United States imperialist regime categorising Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism. This has been done as a smokescreen for the tightening of the unilateral and arbitrary blockade of Cuba, a repeated violation of international law which has been, time and again, overwhelmingly condemned by the United Nations and all peaceful people around the world. 

Message of congratulation of the Communist Party of Cuba for the 109 anniversary of the foundation of the African National Congress

Pretoria, January 8, 2021.- We congratulate the members of the African National Congress on the occasion of the 109 Anniversary of its foundation.

In the present international context, characterized by a multi-dimensional crisis worsened by the COVID-19, we should continue strengthening the historical bonds of cooperation, brotherhood and solidarity that unite us and were handed over to us by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, Oliver Tambo and Nelson Mandela.

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