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FEATURE FILMS, MUSIC AND SNEAKER CULTURE, A HUGE ATTRACTION FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN PAVILION...

When they refer to South Africa as a melting Pot of Culture, what they mean is that our industry players – whether...

Corporate South Africa unites to aid citizens affected and infected by Covid-19

By Roxanne Francis "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." - Coretta Scott King The last few...

The role of brands in enhancing the country’s reputation and strengthening its competitiveness

The nation brand concept has been around for almost two decades and continues to attract interest due to the very nature of its dynamism....

Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part Ambassador exercises her Constitutional Right #FreedomToMe

With the message: your vote is your voice anchored on a video-led digital campaign by Brand South Africa which called on citizens to exercise- their...

Refugee children are given a ray of hope

three2six---thumbTwo schools in Observatory, Johannesburg are helping the children of refugees to integrate into their new lives in South Africa. Three2Six offers bridging lessons, literacy and numeracy classes, sport and care, as well as everyday items most children take for granted.

KZN pupils switch on the e-school

e-schools---thumbMany South African schoolchildren have little access to learning materials. With this mind, Vodacom has launched its e-school, a learning platform offering internet access to educational content for grades 10 to 12, based on the South African Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements.

South African matric pass rate 2014: 75.8%

South Africa's matric class of 2014 achieved a pass rate of 75.8% - a drop of 2.4 percentage points from the year before, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced on Monday, saying the decrease was not unexpected as the bar has been raised to enhance the quality and standard of Grade 12 graduates.

Umalusi: matric exams were fair, credible

This year's matric exams have been approved by the Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training, even though there was evidence of cheating and group copying in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape. Maths and science marks were also lower than in previous years.

From Africa to America – by rowing boat

South African adventurer Riaan Manser has accomplished some spectacular feats in his life. On Wednesday - the day of South Africa's fifth democratic elections - he added another amazing accomplishment as he and girlfriend Vesti Geldenhuys became the first people to row from Africa to North America.

SA golfers out to defend Zone VI title

The South African national amateur golf team begins its defence of the Africa Zone VI Golf title on Tuesday at the Devonvale Golf and Wine Estate in the Western Cape on Tuesday, facing 11 other African nations in the continent's premier team competition.