CHEERS: Ubuntu spreads to England! | Children's Radio Foundation

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Jeremy Paxman interviewing Reverend Mpho Tutu / © Mim Saxl Photography

The UK branch of CRF held an amazing fundraising event in Oxford on 31st May. About 100 guests attended a talk by BBC famous journalist Jeremy Paxman and the Reverend Mpho Tutu, Archbishop’s Desmond Tutu’s daughter,  about Ubuntu and the importance of forgiveness.

They sat down for dinner in one of the many beautiful colleges of Oxford and were entertained by Will Gompertz, BBC Arts Editor and Colin Greenwood, CRF Global Ambassador.

Of course our UK Youth Reporters were present and did their own interviews of the famous guests. Not an easy task but Ellie and Naiha raised up to the challenge!

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