UBUNTU Magazine

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The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO)
introduced its quarterly magazine Ubuntu – South Africa’s Public Diplomacy in action
in August 2012 to:

  • communicate with and educate stakeholders on South Africa’s foreign policy positions, achievements, objectives and goals
  • give in-depth analysis and information on key departmental issues ranging fro current affairs, bilateral and multilateral milestones, upcoming key events, as
    well as international work done by other government departments, business and
    parastatals.
 
2016
   
Issue 12, December 2016:

Special features in Issue 12 include:

  • Liberation Heritage: Sophia Williams de Bruyn
  • Remembering the voices of the women of 1956
  • Kennedy and Luthuli: 50 years of memory
  • Celebrating a centenary of academic excellence on the African continent
  • Medical tourism: Why South Africa?
  • Research-led innovation supports economic growth
  • Cape Town named best in Africa for business tourism events
  • Tourism: A powerful driving force for economic growth
  • Blue Flag status for SA beaches
  • Culinary tourism a growing niche market across the globe
  • “Rainbow Concert” showcases African talent
  • Gateway to space
  • Flying the flag
  • #a good story to tell
   
Issue 11, June 2016:

Special features in Issue 11 include:

  • Liberation Heritage: Beyers Naudé
  • Rhino anti-poaching interventions showing results
  • A beacon on the global landscape of human memory
  • Africa: The new frontier for investment
  • Opening up the African skies
  • Shaping conversation in Africa
  • SA innovations changing the world
  • Why arts and culture contribute more to an economy than growth and jobs
  • International film productions boost South African economy, skills
  • South Africa is open for business
  • 200 years of South African coinage celebrated
  • South Africa celebrates her armed forces
  • Flying the flag
  • #a good story to tell
     

 

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