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Racial capitalism destroys ubuntu

South Africans’ behaviour and attitudes show that poor black working-class people, and black women in particular, are denied their innate humanity

The Ubuntu EmpowerMint Program: Supporting ICT start-ups to thrive in a generic enterprise environment

The program seeks to embrace transformation and empowerment opportunities to develop and grow our inclusive economy

We must recover our moral authority, the ubuntu to deal with violence

Contemporary traditions of ubuntu have cut Africans off from memories and systems of thought about when and how to fight

The ‘girl from Africa’ who is taking ubuntu to the world

Elizabeth Nyamayaro’s new book argues that the philosophy from Africa can change the way the West interacts with the continent it colonised, stereotypes and continues to misunderstand

Living up to our promise of ubuntu

South Africa needs active citizens and real change starts in the home, with conversations about social justice

Peacemaking criminology as ubuntu: A reply to Thuli Madonsela

If the rich and powerful are afforded amnesty, then so too must the poor who are often pushed into lives of crime

Xenophobia chips away at the African notion of ubuntu

The multifaceted and complex issues facing the continent can only be tackled effectively together

Ubuntu must shine in the crisis of Covid-19

Matthysen’s approach to training and mentorship empowers trainees to enter the workplace already willing and able to contribute

Ubuntu should be at the centre of our response to Covid-19

Demonstrations of common humanity are a powerful tool to help us navigate our way through the pandemic

Moyane asks ConCourt for expedited hearing, appeals for ‘human dignity, ubuntu’

Tom Moyane lost a court bid on Dece​mbe​r 11 to have his dismissal by President Cyril Ramaphosa overturned

Reputation Custodianship through Ubuntu.Lab Hub at Reputation House

Restoring the public's faith in corporate and government leaders

All are one at Ubuntu.Lab

Through guided conversations at Ubuntu.Lab, people can take off their masks in a safe and sacred space

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