Cuba in South Africa

The Cuban State Mission in South Africa celebrated the 66th anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks

Pretoria, July 26, 2019.- Members of the Embassy of Cuba, representatives of the Cuban Collaborative Brigades and Cuban residents in South Africa celebrated the 66th anniversary of the attacks on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks.

In the cultural political activity, the members of the Embassy were present, representatives of the collaborations of Cuba in South Africa of the sectors of Health, Education and Construction; as well as Cubans residing in this country.

Expressions of support for the Cuban Revolution and repudiation of the blockade continue in South Africa

Cape Town, July 26, 2019.- A demonstration in rejection of the resurgence of the US blockade against Cuba in the South African national Parliament took place on July 26, based in the city of Cape Town, one of the 3 official capitals of South Africa.

The protest was organized by the Friends of Cuba Society (FOCUS) of Cape Town and also participated members of the Communist Party of South Africa and the Association of Veterans Military.

Mandela and Fidel, united in history

Pretoria, July 19, 2019.- Interview with the Ambassador of South Africa in Cuba, Thaninga Pandit Shope-Linney in coordination with the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, on the occasion of the 101st anniversary of the birth of Nelson Mandela. Interview for the newspaper Juventud Rebelde (JR)

JR.- What are the main teachings Nelson Rolishlahala Mandela (Madiba) left for South Africa and the world?

Press Statement: Message on the Occasion of International Mandela Day

Pretoria, July18th, 2019.- Cuba celebrates today, along with millions of people around the world, the birth of Nelson Mandela, of whom the Comrade Raul Castro said that "he was recognized as the supreme symbol of dignity and the unwavering consecration to the revolutionary struggle for freedom and justice, as a prophet of unity, reconciliation and peace.”

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