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Brand South Africa Hosts the South Africa – Hong Kong Business Breakfast

Johannesburg, Thursday 14 February 2019 – Today, Brand South Africa and the South African Consulate in Hong Kong, hosted a business breakfast,  to enhance the...

Brand South Africa and Absa Host an Investment Seminar at the 2019 World Economic...

JOHANNESBURG, Thursday 24 January 2019 – Today, Brand South Africa together with Absa Bank hosted a South Africa (SA) Investment Seminar on the margins...

Jozi Stars partners with Brand South Africa

Jozi Stars, the South African Mzansi Super League T20 cricket team is excited to partner with Brand South Africa to promote and celebrate Jozi's...

Brand South Africa welcomes South Africa’s rankings in the 2018 World Bank’s Ease of...

Brand South Africa has noted and welcomes South Africa’s performance in the 2018 World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index (EDB) which sees the...

Activation Gallery – Mpumalanga

Brand South Africa celebrated women's month in Mpumalanga where women and girls were given the opportunity to speak about matters affecting them.On Saturday, 29...

Africa is ‘full of possibilities’

There was plenty of opportunity on the continent, and particularly in South Africa, according to foreign journalists covering the African Union 25th summit. But countries could not ignore the challenges facing them.

Work begins on South Africa's R84bn smart city

Five African cities of opportunity

The continent's most dynamic and future-focused cities are highlighted in Into Africa - the Continent's Cities of Opportunity. The top five are Johannesburg, Cairo, Tunis, Algiers and Casablanca - they "demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of Africa's urban future".
Embrace opportunity

Embrace opportunity, Nzimande tells Class of 2014

There are more than 200 000 spaces available for first years at South Africa's 26 universities - including the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, which will be accepting its first students this year, Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande told a media briefing on Monday.
Italy looks to South Africa for opportunity

Italy looks to South Africa for opportunity

If you want to be serious about Africa, do your homework, Alec Erwin, South Africa's former trade and industry minister, reportedly told a gathering of more than 100 top chief executives, economists and political leaders from South Africa and Italy, gathered in Cape Town to discuss investment opportunities.

Clinton fund invests in Africa’s girls

In Africa, there is a deeply entrenched belief that education is wasted on girls, that their lot in life is to raise a family. But the truth is that gender equality in education boosts economic growth. Girls Charge focuses on improving access to quality education in some of Africa's most marginalised communities.