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Delegation to participate in WEF discussions on investment, Africa’s development, and the Just Energy Transition.   Johannesburg, 11 January 2024 | South Africa will fly its...

No Armaggedon in South Africa

“If it bleeds, it leads and if does not bleed it can’t lead,” is a mantra long practiced by merchants of doomsday who buy...

South African Brands Record Strong Brand Value Growth Against Difficult Economic Backdrop

Top South African brands are outpacing GDP, top 50 growing 16.1% YoY Telcos lead the way: MTN and Vodacom retain 1st and 2nd...

Play Your Part ambassador destined to take the world stage by storm

All the world's a stage’, this rings true for 27-year-old Play Your Part Ambassador Luntu Vuyisa Masiza, who recently graduated with a Bachelor of...

Lionesses of Africa radio show profiles women entrepreneurs

The network Lionesses of Africa hosted its last event of the year in Johannesburg, encouraging women entrepreneurs to connect and inspire each other. The...

South African cuisine

South Africa offers culinary challenges from crocodile sirloins to fried caterpillars to sheep heads, but also a familiar global menu - anything from hamburgers to sushi to pad thai to spaghetti bolognaise. Check out the menu.

Gift of the Givers 25 years of philanthropy: Dr Livan Meneses-Turino

In a series of five articles, we share stories from Gift of the Givers volunteers in their own words as the organisation marks its...

South Africa’s Constitution Hill

Constitution Hill, a multi-faceted heritage precinct in the heart of Johannesburg, was built on the site of a century-old prison complex where the leaders of every major South African liberation group - Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi among them - were once detained.

Sophiatown: recalling the loss

It was on 9 February 1955 that the forced removal of over 60 000 people from Sophiatown began. Fifty years on, the City of Johannesburg pays tribute to the sons and daughters of its lost suburb.

Backpacking in South Africa

If you've got more time than money, there's no better way to see South Africa than to backpack your way around its many offerings: spectacular beauty, a mosaic of cultures, incredible value for money, massive adventure potential - and an undeniable penchant for partying!