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Everyday Ubuntu
Both a way of life and a philosophy, Ubuntu is Africa’s gift to the world. Hosted by Mungi Ngomane, a human rights activist, patron of the Tutu Foundation UK and author of the book Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together the African Way, this show engages in conversations about our common humanity. Because Ubuntu is a way to live life better together, our episodes include exchanges with inspiring personalities from around the world who fight for causes they believe in, who recognize their own weaknesses and who continue to work on how they carry themselves in the world to help make it a...
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Ratings & Reviews
3.3 stars from 507 ratings
Mungi has an undeniable talent for storytelling, and her guests are all a force for good, reminding us of what we can do for humanity. I love how grounding and yet enjoyable it is to listen, learn and gain inspiration from the remarkable guests on this podcast - including the host.
Todeh via Apple Podcasts · United Arab Emirates · 03/10/21
Interviews with wonderful females you didn’t know existed and have made big impacts
J Claire B via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 02/22/21
Can’t wait for more!
I am loving this podcast ❤️ such interesting people with current information and all doing wonderful things! I love the questions and conversations that are different and insightful, it really makes you think a little differently 😊
kelly.218 via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 09/14/20
Recent Episodes
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by the Canadian actor and producer behind the Netflix show 21 Thunder, Emmanuel Kabongo. While today he is known for his acting work, few people know that years ago, Emmanuel had to make a choice between the stage and his other passion, basketball. Emmanuel...
Published 06/09/21
This week, we're so excited to introduce the women behind the Instagram account 'No White Saviours'. No White Saviours is an advocacy campaign led by a majority female and majority African team of professionals based in Kampala, Uganda. In this episode, host Mungi Ngomane speaks to Alaso Olivia...
Published 06/02/21
This week, Mungi is joined by Faisal Saeed Al Mutar. Faisal was raised in Baghdad and has firsthand experience with authoritarian regimes. An outspoken writer and activist, he survived the Iraq Civil War, the murder of his brother, and several kidnapping attempts before becoming a refugee in the...
Published 05/26/21
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