September not only marks the beginning of spring - the season of new beginnings - but also the commemoration of South Africa’s Heritage Month, when the nation celebrates and recognises the cultural and social wealth and diversity of South Africa.
Young Africans, who are fed up with the unrelenting negative stereotypes of the continent spread by the mainstream media, have started a new campaign on social media.
Artists and the economy was discussed on the second day of the fourth African Union Pan-African Cultural Congress, with speakers calling on governments and private sector leaders to invest in the arts and heritage as a means of uniting Africa through its diversity.
The first comprehensive list to measure the liveability of the world's cities from the perspectives, expectations and demands of the youth population – as voted for by the youth themselves – has rated Joburg among the top world cities, beating rivals across Africa.
The Mzansi Soul Search is on! Submit your story about someone who, through their actions, expresses what it is to be uniquely South African. It could be you, it could be someone you know - tell us your story, and stand a chance of nominating South Africa's No. 1 Ambassador!
Start a conversation, You'll learn that we have so much in common...Ubuntu is about keeping an open mind...Where we are from shouldn't keep us apart... Fly The Flag this Friday August 6th and let us celebrate humanity.