Brand South Africa supports the Siyabangena Seminars in KwaMashu

By bringing together successful business leaders and budding entrepreneurs, the message at the upcoming Siyabangena Seminars in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal, is quite clear - youth entrepreneurship is the answer to South Africa's challenges.

Seminars teach young entrepreneurs to “go in head-first”

siyabangena---thumbThe Siyabangena Seminars will be in KwaZulu-Natal for the second leg of their countrywide business talks, telling young businesspeople to take their ideas and go with it.

Township yoga brings peace and healing

More women than men attend township yoga classes, with ages ranging from four years old to 70. (Image: Green Shoot Films)   24 February 2014 Breathe in,...

Township yoga brings peace and healing

Breathe in, breathe out: practising yoga is improving the lives of many impoverished and sick people in the townships around Durban. They are feeling more peaceful, more hopeful and healthier, they say. And now the Township Yogi Project plans to expand its work to Joburg and Cape Town.

Durban set for Cornubia development

The government's multi-billion rand Cornubia development north of Durban is set to get under way, with the South African National Roads Agency having agreed to fund the bulk of the R830-million N2/M41 interchange upgrade which lies at the heart of the development.

SA movie star joins govt to help youth

Popular South African actress Leleti Khumalo has joined forces with the KwaZulu-Natal government to help communities, especially young people, to take action to improve their own standards of living.

Townships to get in on Bok action

Rugby fans in South Africa's townships will be able to follow the Springboks' World Cup matches live on big screens, thanks to a partnership between the SA Rugby Union and Township TV.

Mambazo’s golden anniversary

South Africa’s beloved Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Grammy-winning isicathamiya group, have embarked on a countrywide tour to celebrate their 50 years together.
Mambazo win their third Grammy

Drawing expats back to SA

The 2010 Homecoming Revolution event in London is gearing up for a record turnout of South African expats who are longing to return to the country of their birth.