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"I will Not celebrate Africa" Tony Yengeni gives his reasons why he won't Participate in Africa day

Africa Day is celebrated on 25 May annually to celebrate the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (now known as the African Union) in 1963 to fight colonialism in Africa and apartheid in South Africa. 

The festival is about proudly celebrating the African culture by leveraging major entertainment touch points across entertainment. This year’s focus will be on reinvigorating commercial opportunities and exchange among South African SMMEs, as well as boosting transactional trade between different operators.

It speaks to a broad audience, with differing touch points spanning from African food market, business talks, music festival, and fashion & craft district presented by both established and young aspiring creatives across Africa.

Africa Day promotes diversity and inclusion for anyone who claims to be part of Africa's future

However, the ANC veteran Tony Yengeni has taken Twitter to stipulates his reasons for not participating in Africa day.

Without mincing any words, Tony Yengeni said:

"I will Not celebrate Africa day because I'll be celebrating neocolonialism.. poverty..landlessness..starvation..disease..fraud..military coups..economic collapse..famine..drought..! Our only hope lies with the new radical African generation"

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Africa Africa Day African Tony Yengeni


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