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Play Your Part episode 10: synopsis

In episode 10 of Play Your Part, we meet Nneile Nkholise, whose company designs breast and facial prostheses for people with cancer and burn...

Play Your Part episode nine: Get involved

Here's how you can get involved with the guests on Play Your Part episode nine. Brand South Africa reporter You can lend a hand to initiatives...

Entrepreneur gives tips for success

Emmanuel Bonoko, founder of the Ebonoko Foundation and Ebonoko Holdings, is the KIA Young Business Achiever of the Year, winning the award at the...

East London woman campaigns for babies born with clubfoot

Nisha Varghese, who has cerebral palsy, says she knows it's tough when you cannot walk, which is why she wants to help children born...

Press release: Memories of the Struggle: Australians Against Apartheid an exhibition by ASAA

A multimedia exhibition that launches this week is to showcase a photographic timeline of events that weaves together a narrative of Australia’s involvement in the...

Play Your Part episode nine: synopsis

Get your sneak peek of episode nine of the Play Your Part television series, here: Brand South Africa reporter  Lufefe Nomjana was a volunteer at a...

Research and job creation focus at agro-processing gathering

A variety of speakers shared their experiences in the sector at a two-day Technology and Human Research for Industry (THRIP) agro-processing symposium. Some highlighted...

Play Your Part episode eight: Get involved

You can get involved with television personality Dr Michael Mol, entrepreneur Emmanuel Bonoko and social cohesion activist Yusuf Abramjee, here: Brand South Africa In episode eight...

Play Your Part episode eight: synopsis

Take a sneak peek at episode eight of the Play Your Part television series. Brand South Africa reporter Dr Michael Mol, who is one of three...

Global Teachers Institute trains teachers to be leaders

Nearly 2,000 teachers under the age of 35 have been trained by the Global Teachers Institute to lead schools and institutions. Melissa Javan In the past...