Ubuntu Live with Nobuntu Webster

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Conversations with Africans who are building – movements, innovations, institutions, ideas and communities – to share their minds, their work, and their hearts.

A space to learn from each other, to collaborate with each other, to support each other.

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Reset Africa

In this episode, Nobuntu is in conversation with Malik Ado-Ibrahim, a Nigerian Presidential candidate, who shares his philosophy on unity, active participation and co-creation for the restoration of Africa and its nations. He also talks about what inspired the establishment of Reset Nigeria and Reset Africa, and what the vision of a Reset continent looks like for him.

Reset Africa brings together Africa’s brightest minds in business, politics, media and creative arts to explore ideas and possibilities for a prosperous and united Africa through collaboration.

African Youth: Stop waiting

Are African youth too “polite” about using their power?

Our guests, Oscar Danladi (Nigeria), Collins Shava (Zimbabwe) and Martha Nalukenge (Uganda), share the real experiences of young people in their respective countries in the face of systems that marginalise, censor and exclude youth.

This episode challenges youth in Africa to not wait for permission to take up leadership of their countries and economies with inspirational from movements and work in the guests' respective countries.
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African women: Your time is now

Guests: Olwethu Leshabane and Namhla Mniki

On the backdrop of International Women's day, with a sense that women are still a long way from true equality, Nobuntu sits down with Olwethu Leshabane and Namhla Mniki to engage some tough realities:

As women in Africa, why are we still fighting to have our voices heard even though we are now in the rooms? What are the obstacles we are still faced with, that hold us back from being pivotal members of change in the marketplace and our communities? What is the new and different thing we need to do, to get us passed these barriers, to build the community of women we need to truly impact the future?

The conversation is real and uncomfortable, but it is also inspiring and what we need to get us thinking and to truly #breakthebias
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