The Future of African Filmmaking Takes Centre stage at the 74TH Berlinale: European Film...

By: Roxanne Francis     Our film industry has been dubbed “Africa’s most globally integrated and diversified economy” and it’s easy to see why. The recognition and...

#PathFinders helping South Africa shine through its people

More often than not, a great deal of South Africans go out of their way to make a meaningful contribution in their communities. They...

Empowering township youth through software development skills

According to tech landscape experts, 500 billion devices will be connected to the internet globally by 2030. With this prediction alone, the demand for...

Celebrating the agents of change for child-headed homes in South Africa

When everything is normal and life is happening all around us, we often fall blind to the challenges of other people. It is back...

Fighting the good fight alongside the Tears Foundation during the 16 Days of Activism...

The South African government launches 16 days of activism for no violence against women and children every year in efforts to eradicate this social...

Wits ARM Partnership 2023 (PYP) CM

Wits University and the African Rainbow Minerals spearhead a research collaboration between the Mining and Education sectors in South Africa.   What we often view as...

A South African changemaker’s, global acknowledgement for his work in eco-tourism

By Mduduzi Malinga   Born in Zambia in 1943, Adrian Gardiner’s passion and love for wildlife, came from his father who worked for a cattle ranching...

Mpumalanga media practitioner wins award in Beijing

Gift Mona is making South Africa proud.   By Mduduzi Malinga   The country is inspired by Gift Mona’s story making waves at home and abroad. Gift was...

Brand South Africa partners with Mzansi Magic to bring you the historic Shaka iLembe

As a country with a great reputation for its rich history and cultural diversity, Brand South Africa would not pass up on the opportunity...

Kasi businesses are playing their part in building the township economy

By Mduduzi Malinga   Kasi businesses remain the backbone of the South African economy, creating job opportunities in the communities.   According to Statistics South Africa, there are...