English: /uˈbʊntuː/ oo-buun-too) or “uMunthu” (Chichewa) is an African ethic or humanist philosophy focusing on people’s allegiances and relations with each other.
The word Ubuntu is a Zulu phrase meaning “I am because we are.”
WHAT IS OUR GOAL?
The purpose of #U2017 this year is very much different to the previous ones. Other than creating a dynamic environment where attendees can motivate, network and challenge each other; hearing stories of what God is doing in their provinces and country; we wanting to see students being moved to personal ownership of ministry on their campus, adapting to a student led movement.
The vision for this years’ #U2017 is to see students joining hands to lead their campuses and reach their campuses for Christ – students leading students.
Registration for this year’s conference is open. We kindly recommend you to speak to your local or national campus leader for registration. Contact them directly at your local campus. Conference fees including resources; catering and arrival package for each delegate is R500 with a non-refundable deposit of R100 payable before the 30th May 2017.
Delegates are request to register on the link below before closing date for registration (14th May 2017). There are limited seats available and its advisable to register with deposit before the closing date to avoid disappointment as its a first come first serve basis.
With the large number of delegates from different parts of the country; transportation costs have been excluded from the conference fee. Please contact Renier VanCommunicate with your nearest staff member as to the logistics and arrangements of transport. Our staff are crucially valuable hence we request an indication of residing area on the registration form as so we could assist in transport arrangements.