communication

Are you job-market ready?

While South Africans are proactive in their search for jobs, the reality still exists that it is not easy to break into the job...

South Africa: talk directly to local government

Millions of South Africans are online, which the country is exploiting to bring local government closer to the people. Residents can communicate directly with...
Outcomes from the WCF

Outcomes from the WCF

One of the major outcomes of the annual World Communication Forum in Davos, Switzerland was an agreement from the BRICS countries, of which South Africa is a member, to set up a Communicators Forum. South Africa's concept of ubuntu was also applauded.

10 years of caring

First name:EUNICE
Last name:SEDITI
Email address:eunice.sediti@wits.ac.za
Telephone:0823583950

Sound regulatory and business support programmes make South Africa your preferred investment destination

• South Africa has a diversified economic base and an economy that offers world class business services in areas such as information and communication technology,...

Zazi helps women to help each other

Zazi thumbJoin the Zazi movement: start a Zazi club in your area, follow #BagitUseit, and start talking about women's rights and general life skills. Zazi calls for a countrywide movement that will lead to healthy and fulfilling lives.

Brand South Africa Plays its Part for education

Brand South Africa is awarding bursaries to two students from the Lekoa Shandu Secondary School in Sharpeville to further their studies in marketing and...

Brand South Africa Plays its Part for further education

Johannesburg, Thursday 16 January 2014 – Brand South Africa will on Friday this week award bursaries to two students from the Lekoa Shandu Secondary...

Fight HIV with your phone

Making a positive contribution to the fight against HIV/Aids is now at the fingertips of more than 37-million people.

2010 Communication Partnership Conference

2010 Communication Partnership Conference Our 2010 World Cup starts in 2006.For the next four years, the eyes of the world will be on South Africa...