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CUT Celebrates Africa Month



CUT Celebrates Africa Month

CUT Celebrates Africa Month. May is Africa month, a time when the continent celebrates its identity and unity. Despite diverse ideologies and affiliations, Africans come together to acknowledge their progress and address common challenges.

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Africa Week Celebrations

CUT hosted Africa Week from May 23 to 26, 2023, showcasing cross-cultural activities like music, dance, indigenous games, and cultural food. This event highlights African diversity and success, emphasizing the continent’s cultural and economic potential.

Africa Day Commemoration

On May 25, 2023, CUT celebrated Africa Day, marking the 60th anniversary of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), now the African Union (AU). The theme was “A Prosperous Africa Based on Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development.”

Speech Highlights

Mr. Leolyn Jackson, Director of CUT’s Centre for Global Engagement, emphasized CUT’s role as a leading African university, aiming to be socially relevant and impactful. Keynote speaker Mr. Sandew Hira donated his book, “Decolonizing The Mind,” to the CUT Library, aligning with CUT’s commitment to decolonization.


CUT annual Africa Day celebration reflects its commitment to inclusivity and diversity, setting a tone for a future where all voices are heard and valued.

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