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TOYOTA SOUTH AFRICA PRODUCES ITS FIRST HYBRID VEHICLE

Imagine taking a spin across the country overlooking picturesque views in a proudly South African first of its kind hybrid SUV (sport...

SOUTH AFRICA’S ROAD TO RECOVERY GETS A BOOST AS AMAZON INVESTS IN CAPE TOWN

While the city of Cape Town makes progress to rebuild damage to property and many UCT students returning back to the university following displacement...

Are you healthy and happy? Meet Dr. Michael Mol

By Mduduzi Malinga Michael Benjamin Mol was born on 16 August 1971 in Cape Town, South Africa. Although he did not go for career counseling,...

Corporate South Africa Leading by Example

Brand South Africa through its flagship Play Your Part Programme is collaborating with Ubank, Mineworkers Investment Company and Mine Workers Development Agency to provide...

Support Local Business During Lockdown

It is back to business for some as the nationwide lockdown gradually moves down a level with strict restrictions still in place. As the...

Skydiving in South Africa

If you're a skydiver, you know all about adrenaline addiction and the pull of gravity - so don't miss out on the chance of a quick jump while you're on holiday in South Africa!

South African entrepreneurs talk about making eco-friendly products

Several small business owners made a conscious decision to produce non-toxic and biodegradable products. Here's their why. Melissa Javan Her passion for the environment and making...

South Africa is top for affordable financial services

Three-quarters of adult South Africans have bank accounts, and women generally have equal access to formal financial services. Several mobile money payment systems, initiatives to digitise government transfers, and an extensive banking infrastructure all support financial inclusion.

SA doctors develop affordable heart valves

A simple plastic heart valve designed to treat rheumatic heart disease in a cost-effective and accessible way has been developed by a South African company, helping the 1.4-million sufferers of the disease - the vast majority of whom live in the developing world.

Township school leads to academic success

ASE---thumbWhen they discovered they were hopelessly prepared for university after matriculating from a township school, Nonhlanhla Masina and Melusi Radebe decided to make sure other youngsters did not flounder. They set up the African School of Excellence, which is having great success in raising academic levels.