On the 21st of March, Equal Education will hold a march and a concert and hopes to bring about 15 000 people to the Grand Parade, Cape Town at 12 pm and a march will start at 2pm to Parliament. Trains transport people for free but get your ticket at EE. The marchers will reach Parliament at about 3pm and hand over the Memorandum. The demands of EE are: We need Norms and Standards for School Infrastructure, implementation of the settlement for the Mud schools, better school infrastructure and libraries for every school.
Freshlyground and DJ OSKIDO will be the main performers for the Concert including local artists Sound Masters and Un- Decided will perform for the 15 000 people at this Concert. The main aim of this Concert is to celebrate Human Rights Day but also highlighting the plight/ struggle of the majority of South African children who are not afforded a better education.
EE members will hit the streets, schools, churches and train stations mobilising for the march for Quality Education. They will be leafleting, delivering posters and sending letters to organisations and individuals.
For more information contact Yoliswa Dwane at 021 387 0022/ 3 or 072 342 774, firstname.lastname@example.org .