President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday convened the bi-monthly meeting with members of Cabinet and senior business leaders for an update on progress to address key...

The 26th Annual Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town

The Investing in African Mining Indaba is taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) between 03-06 February 2020. This year, the...

Play Your Part and rally behind the country’s cricket team Proteas

Johannesburg, Thursday 30 May 2019 -  Brand South Africa calls on all citizens to play their part and rally behind the country’s sports teams...

Pressure test as Proteas face Kiwis

New Zealand may be entering Tuesday's ICC World Cup semifinal match as favourites, but the result will depend on which team can absorb the most pressure during the key moments, says South African middle-order batsman David Miller.

Proteas go to the ICC 2015 Semi Finals

Brand South Africa congratulates the Proteas who have taken a giant step towards holding the 2015 Cricket World Cup trophy.

Proteas emphatic win puts them into World Cup semis

The South Africans were at their very best when they made quick work of Sri Lanka in the ICC World Cup quarter-final match at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday, winning by 9 wickets with all of 32 overs to spare. It is the first time the Proteas have ever won a World Cup knock-out game.

Amla asks Proteas’ senior players to step up for World Cup

"Everybody in the team, especially the senior guys, want to be the guys to make the big plays for us - with the bat, ball, and in the field," Proteas captain Hashim Amla said ahead of South Africa's quarter-final game against Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.

We’re building momentum, Proteas promise

Another record-breaking knock from captain AB De Villiers saw South Africa easing into the quarter-finals of the ICC World Cup on Thursday. The Proteas beat the United Arab Emirates by 146 runs.

South African umpire reaches ODI half century

South African umpire Johan Cloete officiated his 50th one-day international match on Sunday when hosts New Zealand took on Afghanistan at McLean Park in Napier at the ICC Cricket World Cup.

Proteas come out to bat against HIV stigma

The South Africans took time out from their World Cup preparations in New Zealand to join a team of young fans on the pitch at Eden Park, Auckland, to help raise awareness around adolescent Aids and encourage young fans to learn more about HIV.