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Event: 15th & 16th December 2013
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Event: 15th & 16th December 2013
EVENT: 15th & 16th December 2013

Uku gezwa kwe Mikhonto. - It is time for the washing of spears.

Venue: East and West banks of the Ncume / Blood River:

I say it is time, others will ask, “Is it not too late?”

Should it have been done in 1888? 1910? 1948? or 1994?

It is never too late, the time to do it is when the two groups decide that they wish to go forward in peace, to create a sustainable future for all the children of South Africa.

I am unable to talk on behalf of the Zulu, on behalf of other black groups, and have little authority to talk on behalf of the whites. But if you are one of the many whites that believe that you are ready to defend yourself, your family, your assets, in the face of any civil war that threatens our country, then you should consider participating.

If you are part of the liberal-Afrikaner group, my English brothers and sisters, and you believe that we have already achieved the status of a peaceful Rainbow nation, with a sustainable future for all, that there is no animosity, or no reason for any animosity, by one group towards another, even more reason you should consider participating.


Sunday 15th December 2013, 16:00, East Bank:

Cleansing ceremony, where all participants will commemorate those who died in all the conflicts in our country, where we will pray to God, seeking all spiritual and ancestral support that we can raise for God to cleanse us.

Monday 16th December 2013, 09:00, West Bank:

Participants will join the Blood River Heritage site Service, joining in song and prayer, and giving the descendants of the Trekker and the Zulu an opportunity to thank God, for the support given to all on the 16th December 1838, and has guided our survival through to the 175 years commemoration.

Monday 16th December 2013, 13:00, East Bank:

Participants will eat the meat prepared during the cleansing ceremony, they will drink tea, coffee and beer together, while they wash their spears.
Through the leaders of the groups, identifying the damage done to each group in the various conflicts, and making a commitment to help rehabilitate the damage of the both groups together.

Cedric and Nettie de la Harpe, participants in the ‘washing of spears’ process for a number of years, will, with lead the interaction on behalf of the white participants, with the leaders of group under the Molefe Traditional Community, facilitating the process at a community level, allowing the process to move forward within this brotherhood established on the 16th December 2013.

Those who wish to participate, please email, or link to

Reconciliation Day

Washing of Spears

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