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Brand South Africa would like to acknowledge ordinary citizens who are playing their part...

By Mduduzi Malinga South Africans are currently living in unprecedented times as the corona virus pandemic deepens and more regulations are put in place, the...

Play Your Part episode 15: synopsis

Get a sneak peek of episode 15 of Play Your Part, which focuses on people promoting environmental education and agriculture. Brand South Africa reporter Aluwani Netshia,...

South African paddleboarder conquers the Atlantic Ocean

South African surfer and endurance athlete Chris Bertish has become the first person in the world to singlehandedly cross the Atlantic Ocean on a...

Mamas move for health awareness

Clover ThumbThe Clover Mama Afrika project has 41 Mamas throughout South Africa who care for more than 15 500 children and 2 500 elderly people by providing nutritious food daily.

Happy Feet offers a way out of despair

Happy-Feet---thumbFaced with few options other than hopelessness and substance abuse, Happy Feet offers the youth of Langa, in Cape Town, an alternative. The dance programme brings joy and hope to the participants' lives.

Chapel Street School food garden serves many purposes

edible---thumbThe large food garden at Chapel Street Primary School in Cape Town produces 10kg of fresh produce daily, which supplements the school feeding scheme. The garden is also used in the biology curriculum, to offer gardening as an extramural, and as a way to teach the children about caring.

Crowd funding for a bit of Christmas cheer

creche thumbAngel Projects has started a holiday food package campaign on the crowd funding platform Start Some Good. The aim is to raise funds to provide food for children during the school holidays. For many children, when schools close so does their access to a decent meal each day.

Count yourself in to end violence against women and children

The theme for this year’s 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is "Count me in: Together moving a non-violent South Africa forward’, a call to citizens to act as a collective to end gender-based violence and child abuse in the country.

Count yourself in to end violence against women and children

The theme for this year’s 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is "Count me in: Together moving a non-violent South Africa forward’, a call to citizens to act as a collective to end gender-based violence and child abuse in the country.

South African policies help to reduce poverty, says World Bank

Tight fiscal policy and well-targeted social support, such as child and disability grants and free basic services, have helped to lift millions of people out of poverty. If South Africa can ride out external factors, the World Bank states, its economy will grow and its social programmes will continue.