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02. June 2014

Ubuntu magazine Issue 6

Special features in Issue 6 include:

  • Twenty years of freedom and democracy: South Africa has a good story to tell
  • South Africa – the contested global citizen @20
  • Twenty years of economic transformation
  • South Africa elected to the UN Human...

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27. May 2014

INAUGURATION 2014

Approximately 4 500 people were accommodated in the Nelson Mandela Amphitheatre at the Union Buildings, while up to 20 000 people gathered on the Southern Lawns to witness the event, which included aerial displays by the South African Air Force and performances by leading...

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21. May 2014

PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION 2014

Date: 24 May 2014, Time: 09:00 am, Venue: Union Buildings, Pretoria

Members of the public will be able to follow proceedings via live television and radio broadcasts and public viewing areas at 47 sites throughout the...

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15. May 2014

ADDRESS BY AMBASSADOR TEBOGO SEOKOLO, ON THE OCCASION OF THE SOUTH AFRICA NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATION

Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, The Apostolic Nuncio HE Archbishop Zurbriggen

Excellencies and Esteemed Colleagues

Representatives of International Organisations

Distinguished guests,

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15. May 2014

GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR UNITY TO MOVE SA FORWARD

South Africans on Wednesday, 7 May, participated in the fifth democratic elections, which took place as the country celebrates 20 years of freedom.

Government has commended all South Africans for making the 2014 national and provincial elections a...

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08. May 2014

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY

The nation's fifth democratic elections have undoubtedly added to our legacy of regular and peaceful elections."

Millions of South Africans exercised their democratic right to vote on 7 May in the country’s fifth general elections.

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06. May 2014

DIRCO’S UBUNTU RADIO SCOOPS MEDIA AWARD

The Turquoise Harmony Institute is an independent, non-profit Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), aimed at promoting inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogue and tolerance among people at grassroots level in South Africa.

The Board of the Turquoise...

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