The Sawubona project is about Friendship and about being seen and reclaiming African History. It’s an opportunity for EVERYONE to learn more about the real story of Africa and its people so that we can truly come together in real Friendship, based on mutual respect. Join us!
Sawubona is a Zulu greeting that means "I see you." It means more than the traditional "hello." It says, "I see You. I see your personality. I see your humanity. I see your dignity and respect, and I care about You." In the African village context, where everyone knows one another, it's a very powerful way to acknowledge the true essence of a person. Sawubona is a Journey of Friendship.