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Brand South Africa celebrates International Women’s Day

Johannesburg, Friday 08 March 2019 - International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of...

Brand South Africa celebrates International Women’s Day

Johannesburg, Friday 08 March 2019 - International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of...

Powerful women shape Africa

Women have left their mark in various fields across the continent of Africa. From medicine to fashion design and politics, they have tackled huge challenges and have emerged victorious. Their stories serve to inspire future generations.

Ebola survivors share life-saving tips via mobile app

"Yes, I survived Ebola," a Guinean woman said in the first message sent through an interactive application that is being used to deliver public health information about Ebola to affected populations, helping to reduce the stigma faced by survivors in West Africa.

South Africa ready to deal with Ebola

Brand South Africa and the Department of Communications have convened a high-level discussion with stakeholders on how the country is responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

South Africa ready to deal with Ebola

Brand South Africa and the Department of Communications have convened a high-level discussion with stakeholders on how the country is responding to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

Why travel bans won’t stop the spread of Ebola

Travel bans for the Ebola-afflicted countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are not only unnecessary, they will also cause more harm than good by stopping the flow of health workers, medical supplies and humanitarian aid, and further damaging the beleaguered countries' economies, writes Khalid Koser, chair of the Global Agenda Council on Migration.

Why travel bans won’t stop the spread of Ebola

Travel bans for the Ebola-afflicted countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are not only unnecessary, they will also cause more harm than good by stopping the flow of health workers, medical supplies and humanitarian aid, and further damaging the beleaguered countries' economies, writes Khalid Koser, chair of the Global Agenda Council on Migration.

Africa Stop Ebola – in song

While the world celebrates Bob Geldof's plan to reboot Do They Know it's Christmas 30 years later to fight Ebola, Africans have been using music to fight the disease as far back as May. A new project, Africa Stop Ebola, by a stellar collection of African musicians is just the latest harnessing of the power of music to fight the epidemic.

Africa Stop Ebola – in song

While the world celebrates Bob Geldof's plan to reboot Do They Know it's Christmas 30 years later to fight Ebola, Africans have been using music to fight the disease as far back as May. A new project, Africa Stop Ebola, by a stellar collection of African musicians is just the latest harnessing of the power of music to fight the epidemic.