It was a night of great entertainment that brought together all of Africa. It's the one large entertainment venue you'll see performances and cultural displays from Sub-Saharan as well as Arab North Africa. The 2017 African Cultural & Dinner Nite in Sydney didn't disappoint.Three great speakers gave revellers some issues to ponder over while food, drinks and entertainment sprinkled the night's program.
Three main speakers. First was Ms Anne Stanley, the federal member of parliament for Werriwa, who deputised for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
Second was the ambassador of Morocco to Australia, HE Karim Medrek,
And the third speaker was Professor William Odita Tarnow-Mordi, director of Neo-natal & Pre-natal Clinical Trials Centre at the University of Sydney.