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Reconciliation Day: Time to join hands in the spirit of Ubuntu

"Reconciliation requires of us to confront our past and educate fellow South Africans of the past wrongs committed against black people," writes Jeff Radebe, Minister in the Presidency. "A major step towards reconciliation is to acknowledge that apartheid was a crime against humanity."

The right to dignity

South Africa's young people need to know that they can live an ordinary life with dignity, regardless of their financial circumstances, yet still make an extraordinary contribution to their environment and country.

Cheesekids ready for Mandela Day

Youth NGO Cheesekids for Humanity is set to be a leading force in encouraging young South Africans to spring into action for their 67 minutes of goodwill work on the upcoming Nelson Mandela International Day.
‘Make every day Mandela Day’ in 2011

Celebrating Africa’s Humanity

Start a conversation, You'll learn that we have so much in common...Ubuntu is about keeping an open mind...Where we are from shouldn't keep us apart... Fly The Flag this Friday August 6th and let us celebrate humanity.

America's highest award for Tutu

America’s highest award for Tutu

US President Barack Obama, presenting America's highest civilian honour to Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, said the Nobel Peace Laureate exemplified "that sense of generosity, that spirit of unity, that essence of humanity that South Africans know simply as ubuntu."
2010 'about changing perceptions'

2010 ‘about changing perceptions’

The true legacy of the 2010 Fifa World Cup "will be in our ability to showcase South African and African hospitality and humanity - to change once and for all perceptions of our country and our continent among the peoples of the world," says President Kgalema Motlanthe.

‘Celebrate Africa’s humanity’

Africa is a continent rich in resources, but its biggest asset by far is the warmth, friendliness, humility and humanity of its people. This was the inspiration for the official slogan of the 2010 Fifa World Cup: "Ke Nako. Celebrate Africa's Humanity".

Freedom Park to tell SA's story

Freedom Park to tell SA’s story

Human evolution dating back 3.6 billion years, and humanity's struggle for freedom in South Africa, are among the stories that will be told at Freedom Park, a one-stop heritage site that will tell SA's tale in an interactive way, portraying a vision for the future embedded in the African Renaissance.


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