We are the Universal Hebrew Israelite Society (UHIS), a non-profit organisation based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
In addition to the fact that UHIS aims to address the current, globalepistemic gap so that the Bantu people may regain their sense of self-knowledge and divine purposeon this planet, it also wishes to actively make a meaningful contribution towards combating most pressing socio-economic challenges that confront the world in general and South Africa in particular.
The UHIS has recently been invited to attend and participate in the Holy Jerusalem Writers’Conference that will be hosted in Dimona, ISRAEL, Northeast Africa. The conference, entitled “The Triumph of the Great Age of Truth”, will be held from 25 December 2019 to 01 January 2020.
It is very important for at least fifteen (15) members of the Society to attend this conference because its core aims include: Reclaiming and redefining African Hebrew Israelite identity,
Sharing applicable knowledge on organic farming and nutrition for the twenty-first centuryh humanity and
Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Trans-Atlantic Slavery of African Americans (Hebrew Israelites).
The UHIS is planning to utilise its various commissions in implementing the knowledge that will be
engaged with at the conference by forming public-private partnerships. This will help create an
enabling environment so that the South African nation in general, and KwaZulu-Natal in particular,
can practically derive the benefits of our attendance.
These are the main areas of social significance that the UHIS wishes to focus on: Utilising organic farming and nutrition as economic empowerment tools, Lobbying for the inclusion of meaningful content, such as our lost identity, in the current
educational curriculum, Addressing glaring epistemic gaps in our history and historiography and Promoting sound financial and economic education among the former oppressed so that
cash can flow at least more than ten times within the African community. This is possible
only if the African community adopts a new culture of trading among themselves and
establishing community trusts in order to create communal generational wealth. In addition to all the above points, the UHIS also intends ensuring that more energies are
focused on providing job opportunities to the most vulnerable among the economically
disadvantaged, including women and children. However, UHIS wishes to extend this
contribution to the creation of sustainable entrepreneurship and consequent creation of
participants in the entire economic sectors of our country. More and more African people
should be empowered so that they may be able to open and run their own businesses which
will also have a positive ripple effect in the growth of our economy.