This site was created for you. An organisation for all Africans living in New Zealand. A place where information is shared. A forum for ensuring mental sustenance for future generations. The link between Africa and New Zealand. Our home away from home. ACOFI will only become what we want it to be when we all pull together with that African spirit that we are well known for. Let’s be enlightened and participate in New Zealand life. This is our home now. Let us teach our children about their origins so that they have roots and they can grow strong. Let us allow our children to learn about the New Zealand way of life so that they can have wings to fly and excel in life.
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Tickets to the 2013 African Youth Talent Showcase are selling very fast. Get yours now before they all sale out.
Pre-sale10$ - Door sale $15. For tickets please contacts:
Esnart for Central Auckland: 02102313750
Carlos for Central Auckland: 0210603110
Graciano for West Auckland: 02102709813
Shash for South Auckland: 0210752741
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Or visit the African Welfare Service Centre "The Station" Monday – Saturday (9am - 5pm) at 35 Rail Side Avenue, Henderson (Behind the Westfield Mall)
Coming off a sensational season at TAPAC, with its closing weekend eliciting a full house and standing ovations, the A Thousand Hills team prepare themselves to end the year with a series of koha entry event shows at Mangere Arts Centre from the 21st of November.
“There are great plays about important issues that take you by the shoulders and shake you until you pay attention. And then there are plays like A Thousand Hills, which sink into you and grab you from within after seeing them” – The Lumiere Reader, 2013
“Go feel the beat of the drum and be absorbed into a compelling story, well told and well-acted.” –Theatreview – 2013
“‘A Thousand Hills is an extraordinary theatrical experience – not to be missed!” John Smyth THEATREVIEW 2013