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Q&A with South Africans working at Doctors Without Borders

Spanning the globe, the international organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) – Doctors Without Borders in English – helps those affected by natural disasters or...

Johannesburg and Cape Town: Africa’s Emerging Gateways

Global cities are the new centres of innovation and prosperity. Magnets for talent and drivers of growth. New research by the Brookings Institution rates...

Here’s where South Africans can travel without a visa

South Africa has the most powerful passport on the African continent, with its citizens able to enter a full 90 countries across the world...

Good things to know about WEF Africa host Rwanda

Over 20 years ago, the Rwandan genocide brought the country to a standstill and it found itself at a crossroad. Choosing the correct path, today Rwanda and its people have risen to become one of Africa's greatest modern nations.

Work begins on South Africa’s R84bn smart city

Work has reportedly begun on the Chinese-financed R84-billion super city in Modderfontein, east of Johannesburg. Shanghai Zendai plans to turn the 1 600- hectare property into 'Africa's New York', developing a financial hub with 35 000 houses, an educational centre, medical centre and a sports stadium.

PYP Ambassador Luvuyo Rani voted JCI Outstanding Young Person of the World

Luvuyo Rani thumbIT entrepreneur and Play Your Part Ambassador Luvuyo Rani has been selected as one of the 10 JCI Outstanding Young Persons of the World for 2014.

DTI incentive helps abalone farmer meet demand

A company that farms abalone in Hermanus in the Western Cape, exports 275 tons of abalone a year to the Far East. Using funds from a Department of Trade and Industry aquaculture incentive, Abagold will soon push up exports to 500 tons, creating more than 100 new jobs in the process.

Friendly South Africa remains a draw for expat families

When it comes to quality of life and raising a family, expats rate South Africa right at the top, second only to New Zealand. They believe their children are safer and healthier, it is easier to learn the local language, and South Africa's friendliness and cultural diversity eases integration and makes for a great social life.

Friendly South Africa remains a draw for expat families

When it comes to quality of life and raising a family, expats rate South Africa right at the top, second only to New Zealand. They believe their children are safer and healthier, it is easier to learn the local language, and South Africa's friendliness and cultural diversity eases integration and makes for a great social life.

South Africa Expos in China focus on investment projects

Fifty-one South African companies are exhibiting at the South Africa Expos across China to forge and cement trade ties with that country, and focus on diversifying exports between the diplomatic allies.