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George Oliphant

Founder of Moses Mabhida Foundation



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Founder | Moses Mabhida Foundation
2010 - present

The foundation hopes to drive social and cultural development in the areas of Combatant Veteran’s Welfare, Arts, Culture and Heritage, Bursary Programmes, Community Care and Welfare, Community Development, Women and Children living with Disability, Early Childhood Development, Education, Emergency Relief, Environment, Health, HIV/AIDS, Hospice, NPO Capacity Building, OVC (Orphans and Vulnerable Children), Policy and Advocacy, Substance Abuse, Sustainable Livelihood to uplift moral values of our rural communities and creating a sustainable economic empowerment and a sense of a self-sustainable lifestyle


Owner | CIOFF South Africa
2003 - present

Internation Organization of Folklart | Internatioanl organization of Folk Art
2003 - present

Government, Public Administration and Defence



Previous Position(s)

Board Member | SADF
2012 - 2012

Associate Pastor | God's Grace International Ministry
2011 - 2012

Branch Secretary - Election Coordinator / Political Commissar | African National Congress
1982 - 2011

Government, Public Administration and Defence

The formation of the ANC on 08
th
January 1912 was a watershed moment in the struggle against colonial powers across Africa. The birth of our movement was
the beginning of the African people’s organised resistance to colonial conquest. The movement also succeeded in forging unity in action among diverse peoples of the continent and the world at large in the global anti-apartheid struggle that declared apartheid a crime against humanity. From these struggle experiences,
the ANC became located in the traditions of progressive nationalism, nonracialism, internationalism and anti-imperialism.

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Lehlabile High School

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