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‘Tata, you are in our prayers’

BRAND South Africa joined the rest of the country on Monday in welcoming the news of former president Nelson Mandela's release from hospital, saying it shared the joy of Mandela's family and wishing him "peace and comfort" at his home in Johannesburg.

 

Banks and foreign exchange in South Africa

With a favourable exchange rate for many international currencies, you'll find South Africa an inexpensive destination. And an easy one - our financial institutions are world-class, with no shortage of banks, bureaux de change and automatic tellers.

Brand SA gifts, cheer for Ebenezer kids

Brand South Africa staff and suppliers joined people from across the world in celebrating Nelson Mandela International Day on Thursday by bringing gifts and cheer to children at the Ebenezer Hannah Home in Walkerville, south of Johannesburg.

Brand South Africa appoints CEO

Miller Matola, former head of the Durban International Convention Centre, has been appointed CEO of South Africa’s nation-branding body, Brand South Africa.
New board for Brand South Africa

Video: Business

Brand South Africa's latest business video.

Board members login

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Celebrities, media play Football Fridays

With 2010 Fifa World Cup kick-off getting nearer by the day, celebrities and the media squared off in Tshwane/Pretoria for the first Football Friday challenge match.

Video: Vuvuzela, Africa’s call

Anchoring the Brand South Africa campaign for the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup is a stunning television advert featuring the vuvuzela - the trumpet that has come to symbolise South African football - and nine of Africa's most famous locations.

The house where Mandela lived

Nelson Mandela moved into 8115 Vilakazi Street in Orlando West, Soweto in 1946. His second wife, Winnie, moved in with him in 1958. He returned there briefly in 1990, saying: "It was only then that I knew in my heart that I had left prison." Restored at a cost of R9-million, the house has re-opened to the public.

Video: Naughty Forty with Marc Lottering

Marc Lottering has been entertaining South African audiences for over 10 years. Zoopy TV catches up with Marc to find out more about his latest show, "Naughty Forty", his hair, and what he thinks about the run-up to the country's elections.