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Hugo Ngcobo plays his part in environmental awareness

By Mduduzi Malinga  Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Songimvelo Recycle, hosted a recycling event in September in...

Hugo Ngcobo plays his part in environmental awareness

By Mduduzi Malinga  Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Songimvelo Recycle, hosted a recycling event in September in...

10 Incredible ways to get involved with charities this Mandela Day to Play Your...

Here's how you can get involved with different charities this Mandela Day South Africa - The idea of Mandela Day (67 minutes) was inspired by...

Woodlands Dairy and COYSA play their unconventional part in preserving the environment

Woodlands Dairy food group is committed to spreading the message of environmental health. The company recently embarked on a clean-up campaign that invited participants...

Being green for River Rehab

Green thumbHelp clean up the Klein Jukskei Spruit with Green Beings and play your part in keeping our waterways free of litter and alien vegetation.

Gauteng relaunches Bontle ke Botho

Clean-up---thumbIt is time to keep your environment clean and green, says the Gauteng provincial government. It is relaunching its Bontle ke Botho campaign to inspire and encourage its citizens to do just that.

Recycling is at the heart of Soulart

soulart-2---thumbThe 10 young designers at Soulart recycle waste, turning it into artful, sought-after items. They work under the genial eye of founder Brian Sibusiso Mokhachane, who says his initiative is helping to create jobs and tackle drug abuse and littering.

Pitch in and help clean-up South Africa

recycling thumb Parliamentarians learned about recycling and its value to the national economy during a study tour of the Kraaifontein Integrated Waste Management Facility and Tuffy Manufacturing in Cape Town. Recycling keeps the environment clean and creates jobs, they heard.

Campaign calls on people to clean up their neighbourhoods

ocean-conservancy---thumbFor this year's Clean-up South Africa Week, Brand South Africa and Plastics SA are joining forces to ensure that neighbourhoods countrywide are free of rubbish and rubble. Litter is not only an eyesore, but it is also harmful to residents' health.

Angola is open for South African business

Angola is on the rise, and wants to diversify its booming but oil-dependent economy to include more business sectors. That's where South African investors come in, a recent Brand South Africa forum discovered.