• Ubuntu Events

    This unique networking initiative brings Black, White, Coloured, Indian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim South Africans as well as International Residents and visitors to South Africa from different businesses, interests, and religions around the table to develop lasting Ubuntu-grounded friendships, business connections and business partnerships.

ONLINE EVENTS

LIVE WEBINAR’S COMING SOON

UPCOMING EVENT

LIVE WEBINAR WITH PROF. SHIRLEY ZINN

29 July 2020 | 03:00 pm (CAT)

EVENT PASSED

LIVE WEBINAR WITH BONANG MOHALE

26 June 2020 | 08:00 am (CAT)

EVENT PASSED

LIVE WEBINAR WITH DANIEL SILKE

28 May 2020 | 10:00 am (CAT)

BREAKFAST & LUNCH NETWORKING EVENTS

This unique networking initiative brings Black, White, Coloured, Indian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim South Africans as well as International Residents and visitors to South Africa from different businesses, interests, and religions around the table to develop lasting Ubuntu-grounded friendships, business connections and business partnerships. It also provides them with emerging business insights, offers cutting-edge leadership perspectives, stimulates collaborative opportunities, and models new and open ways for trusting, cross-racial partnerships to emerge within SA’s economic sector. South Africa has yet to become an authentic rainbow nation within its business sector. Hence, Ubuntu Business Networking is designed to bridge the still-evident barriers to mutual-benefit, cross-cultural and cross-racial relationships among business leaders. Ubuntu Business Networking enable attendees to hear and discuss presentations by influential business, political, and cultural figures at monthly breakfasts in a setting that encourages people of all races and cultures to network, become well acquainted and truly embrace each other.

The previous events have been booked out in a few days and have been a major success. In addition, all business people present have become very positive and amenable towards the sponsors. Every month different sponsors are given an opportunity to show their support for such an initiative and get good marketing exposure in return. Previous sponsors have included FNB, Capitec, Nedbank, Engen, Chevron, Damelin, Allan Gray, SA Breweries, Edward Nathan Sonnenberg Attorneys, Metropolitan, Distell, Belgian Embassy, Media 24, Lions International, Old Mutual, Webber Wentzel, Consequent, SABC, City of Cape Town, Vineyard Hotel, Protea Hotels, Greenways Hotel, Cape Milner Hotel, St George’s Hotel, Southern Sun Newlands, Coral International, Atlantic Imbizo & Conference Centre, River Club, The Pavilion Conference Centre, Ritz Hotel and others.

Speakers have included Raymond Ackerman, Jeff Radebe, Ahmed Kathrada, Gwen Mahlangu, Dr Mamphela Ramphele, Arthur Gillis, Hilda Ndude, Bheki Sibiya, Dr Vincent Maphai, Ruben Richards, Carol Bouwer, Sindiwe Magona, Sibusiso Vilane, Hlumelo Biko, Siya Mapoka, Monwabisi Fandeso, Kuseni Dlamini, Braam Malherbe, Sindi Mabaso Koyana, Gary Kirsten, Max Moyo, Ciko Thomas and many others.

UBUNTU FESTIVAL’S

2017 Ubuntu Festival in Belgium

2015 Ubuntu Festival in Cape Town