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SOUTH AFRICANS JOIN HANDS TO HELP UCT – YOU TOO CAN PLAY YOUR PART

South Africans came together to assist the University of Cape Town (UCT) as it battled wildfires that broke out early on Sunday morning, spreading...

An injustice to the values of ubuntu – Brand South Africa condemns attacks

As the country celebrates 25 years of democracy, South Africans are encouraged to reflect on how the country has, for decades, been at the...

Public-private partnerships in national parks to boost tourism

Six million people visited our 19 national parks last year. This presented a huge opportunity for private investors, delegates were told at the inaugural...

South African man’s dream of flight comes true

Vusimuzi Mbatha wanted to fly in a helicopter so badly, he built himself a craft out of scrap metal and recycled material. His story impressed Bidvest Protea Coin to help make his dream a reality. The company gave him a personalised flight uniform and took him for a flip.

Jobless South African man builds helicopter

Vusimuzi Mbatha saw a police helicopter during a strike on the platinum belt in North West. It inspired him and he dreamt of flying his own aircraft one day. The dream was so strong, that he built himself a helicopter out of spare parts and scrap metal.

Jobless South African man builds helicopter

Vusimuzi Mbatha saw a police helicopter during a strike on the platinum belt in North West. It inspired him and he dreamt of flying his own aircraft one day. The dream was so strong, that he built himself a helicopter out of spare parts and scrap metal.

Relocating rhino to create new breeding populations

Nineteen black rhino have been released at an undisclosed location in South Africa under WWF South Africa's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project to create a new breeding population of the critically endangered animals.

Remembering Mandela, one year on

It has been a year since Nelson Mandela passed on. His departure, mourned by the world, still impacts us today, prompting us to live by his example with compassion, reconciliation and Ubuntu.

Guy Scott: Zambia’s impolitic white leader

His lineage bars Guy Scott from running for president – only those with Zambian-born parents may do so – but for the next 90 days he will run the nation until elections are held. Outside the country, his race is of the most significance; in Zambia, however, his ability to do the job is far more relevant.

Guy Scott: Zambia’s impolitic white leader

His lineage bars Guy Scott from running for president – only those with Zambian-born parents may do so – but for the next 90 days he will run the nation until elections are held. Outside the country, his race is of the most significance; in Zambia, however, his ability to do the job is far more relevant.