UBUNTU Magazine

Archived: 2012 || 2013 || 2014 || 2015 || 2016 || 2017 ||

 

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.
 
2018
   
Special Edition - Issue 16, 2018:

Special features in Issue 16 Special Edition
include:

  • Liberation Heritage: Steve Biko
  • Mandela and Tambo: A lifetime as comrades
  • Madiba's story is a journey across our land
  • South Africa welcomes another world heritage site
  • Put Foot is putting Afrcican children on the road to success with new shoes
  • Attracting investors and tourists to South Africa
  • Mapangubwe: South Africa's lost city of gold
  • Vredefort Dome – the world's biggest meteor crater
  • SA Mint celebarates SA's marine protected areas
  • From Big Five to Little Five
  • Discover small-town South Africa
  • Durban International Film Festival: Longest running in Africa
  • Flying the SA flag
  • #a good story to tell
   
Issue 15, 2018:

Special features in Issue 15 include:

  • Liberation Heritage: Albertina Sisulu
  • Mandela centenary: Icon's record at your fingertips
  • The world mours Mama Winnie
  • Sam Nzima was one of a kind
  • Armed Forces Day celebrated
  • SA female peacekeeper wins the United Nations Military Gender Advocate of the Year Award Africa
  • Major Hominin trackside discovery in the Western Cape
  • South Africa's 23 wetland hubs of biodiversity
  • Discovering the soul of Africa
  • How we can create a lost African city with laser technology
  • Unique-to-Africa tourism development required innovative engineering
  • How Hugh Masekela's journey in exile shaped his music and politics
  • Narritives about South Africa's black athletes need to be reclaimed and told
  • Team SA shines at Commonwealth Games
  • Flying the SA flag
  • #a good story to tell
   
Special Edition - Issue 14, 2018:

Special features in Issue 14 Special Edition
include:

  • Liberation Heritage: Steve Biko
  • Mandela and Tambo: A lifetime as comrades
  • Madiba's story is a journey across our land
  • South Africa welcomes another world heritage site
  • Put Foot is putting Afrcican children on the road to success with new shoes
  • Attracting investors and tourists to South Africa
  • Mapangubwe: South Africa's lost city of gold
  • Vredefort Dome – the world's biggest meteor crater
  • SA Mint celebarates SA's marine protected areas
  • From Big Five to Little Five
  • Discover small-town South Africa
  • Durban International Film Festival: Longest running in Africa
  • Flying the SA flag
  • #a good story to tell
     

 

Quick Links

Disclaimer | Contact Us | HomeLast Updated: 12 October, 2020 9:47 PM
This site is best viewed using 800 x 600 resolution with Internet Explorer 5.0, Netscape Communicator 4.5 or higher.
2003 Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of South Africa