Ubuntu, the antidote to Covid-19

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We will only be able to leave the socioeconomic implications of Covid-19 behind when all stakeholders – citizens and residents, politicians, entrepreneurs, innovators, government, academics, and civil society – are prepared to work together on an equal footing.
We will only be able to leave the socioeconomic implications of Covid-19 behind when all stakeholders – citizens and residents, politicians, entrepreneurs, innovators, government, academics, and civil society – are prepared to work together on an equal footing.

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If you want to go fast, walk alone but if you want to go far, walk together. Whether or not this is an African proverb is irrelevant. What matters is its message, particularly in the South African context.

Our nation, which is only 26 years old, has overcome some of its most pressing problems by having different stakeholders join hands in the selfless spirit of ubuntu.

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