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Exciting and fun ‘Ice-breaker’ language, culture and dance workshops!
After our trip in Hogsback at Terra-Khaya from the Festival of Trees, the UBuntu Bridge team drove towards the coast, heading to the Eastern Cape village of Bulungula/ Nqileni. Our purpose was to assist and support a local NPO, the Bulungula Incubator on their two newest exciting projects. Lazola Solani to assist in training and […]
Hey Guys This video will start at about 6.25 pm today! JOIN IN i.e. PARTICPATE IN THE WEBINAR HERE: https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/4hp3u725nbhe7mgniyeywibb2ae Or click below to watch:
UBuntu Bridge is proud of Craig Charnock to have been one of the 10 impact speakers at the 110% Green annual event#GrowingGreenEconomies. He spoke on ‘The critical role of language and relationships in growing green economies’. “Alot of people are looking at the symptoms rather than dealing with the roots of the problem” – Human Relationships […]
Recently launched mobile app for easy video learning on the go!
UBuntu Bridge will be launching a new project in May 2016. Kasi Bioscope. Basically setting up of pop-up events that collaborate with township communities and centralise around a mobile cinema. Local food and drinks will be on sale, as well as other community enterprises. Its also an opportunity for people to practice their isiXhosa language […]
BACKGROUND: Over the last 10 years UBuntu Bridge has been developing a vision around the issue of language diversity and continued cultural and economic segregation in South Africa. We believe it addresses multiple issues in our society, and provides viable suggestions for solving them. It has been based on personal experience and journey of […]
These phrases and audio downloads accompany our most recent newsletter. View a copy of it online here: http://www.graphicmail.co.za/learnxhosa isiXhosa Version here: http://www.learnxhosa.co.za/xhosa-christmas-phrases/ LISTEN to pronunciations below: DOWNLOAD the Audio here: IsiZulu Xmas Phrases Have a merry Christmas – Ube noKhisimusi omuhle And a happy new year – Niwudle kahle (Izilokotho zonyaka omusha) Where are you […]