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Archive for November 2019

South African rugby has been transformed

South African rugby has been transformed in recent years to become a multi- racial sport- and a World Cup Victory is the result. To see the Springbok’s black captain Siya Kolisi lift the Webb Ellis trophy is a unifying moment in the history of this divided nation: Kolisi had no doubt of the significance of…

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Nobel Prize Boosts Africa’s Attractiveness

Something is stirring in Africa. First the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed wins the Nobel Peace Prize, then his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa makes a passionate pitch to global investors about the continent’s rising economic  prospects, now their fellow African leaders are invited to Russia by President Putin as world leaders scramble to demonstrate…

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Ubuntu Helping Young People Manage Conflict

Archbishop Tutu’s grand-daughter Mungi Ngomane arrived in London to promote her grandfather’s message of peace and reconciliation. I was delighted to meet her and receive a copy of her book “Everyday Ubuntu” which highlights the African philosophy that a person is a person because of other people. Basically Ubuntu teaches that we human beings are…

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