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South African Government and Business Leaders: Joint Statement

On Thursday, 15 July, Government Ministers representing the Presidency and Departments of Public Enterprises, Trade, Industry and Competition, Agriculture, Land Reform and...

Play Your Part episode eight: Get involved

You can get involved with television personality Dr Michael Mol, entrepreneur Emmanuel Bonoko and social cohesion activist Yusuf Abramjee, here: Brand South Africa In episode eight...

Play Your Part series episode two: Get involved with the initiatives

The Play Your Part television series this week shows how entrepreneur and radio host Zareef Minty, Nina Venjakob of the initiative Out of the...

Boxing offers a way out of a life of crime

Thembani---thumbThembani "Terror" Gqeku set up his African Youth Boxing Club in Khayelitsha when he saw two youngsters trying to stab each other. He uses boxing to teach the township youth that there is another way of life that does not involve crime, violence and drugs.

Lead SA’s #Changemakers encourages teamwork

At the first Lead SA #ChangeMakers Conference, held in Johannesburg, leaders in business and community projects spoke about how they had made a success with their initiatives. The Lead SA Heroes were also announced.

Welcome home, Rolene

South Africans have been urged to give Rolene Strauss, the newly crowned Miss World, a proudly South African welcome. She lands at OR Tambo International Airport on Saturday morning, and members of the public are invited to come along, bearing flags, posters and vuvuzelas, to show their support.

Mandela Day: food gardens to combat hunger

Lead SA partnering with African Children's Feeding Scheme and others to facilitate Mandela Day events geared at teaching South Africans how to beat hunger by planting and maintaining their own vegetable gardens.

Abramjee is on a crusade to stop crime

Once a renowned crime reporter, Yusuf Abramjee is determined to do what he can to end crime in South Africa. He is the power behind Crime Line and Lead SA, and is a vice-president of Crime Stoppers International. The Order of the Baobab is the latest honour in his trophy cupboard.

Active citizenship the focus of this week’s Play Your Part episode

The fourth episode of Brand South Africa's Play Your Part television series, which airs on SABC 2 on Sunday 6 July at 9pm, will feature a some inspiring South Africans who Play their Part in the areas of active citizenship and education.

Abramjee is on a crusade to stop crime

Once a renowned crime reporter, Yusuf Abramjee is determined to do what he can to end crime in South Africa. He is the power behind Crime Line and Lead SA, and is a vice-president of Crime Stoppers International. The Order of the Baobab is the latest honour in his trophy cupboard.