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Dreamfields changes lives

A soccer kit, a field, a league and regular sport - as well as the efforts of teachers, coaches and especially Dreamfields - is changing the lives of marginalised children across rural South Africa.

Dreamfields changes lives

A football kit, a field, a league and regular sport – as well as the efforts of teachers, coaches and especially Dreamfields – is changing the lives of marginalised children across rural South Africa.
Grassroots football alive and kicking

Banyana star looks to empower young women

Banyana Banyana midfielder Amanda Dlamini wants to leave a legacy by empowering young women in the rural areas by providing them with life skills and information to help them in their youth stages.

‘Shabba’ on Bafana, 2010 and now

On Tuesday three years ago, Siphiwe Tshabalala scored the first goal of the first Fifa World Cup to be held in Africa. The popular midfielder chats with the South African Football Association about his memorable strike, the World Cup, Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs.

Microsoft partners with SA’s Jobs Fund

Microsoft South Africa has partnered with the government's Jobs Fund to train more than 3 000 unemployed graduates to enable them to get permanent jobs in the country's technology sector over the next three years.

An invitation to do business

For a country to grow, international trade is a requirement. And through the Commonwealth Business Forum, to be held in Sri Lanka, South Africa will have the opportunity to forge links with that country and its other Commonwealth partners.
Nigeria invites SA to do business

Countdown to 20 years of freedom

The countdown to the 20th anniversary of South Africa's freedom and democracy on 27 April 2014 has begun, marked by the unveiling of a logo by Arts and Culture Minister Paul Mashatile in Pretoria on Monday.

Two from Tlou as Bafana down Lesotho

Orlando Pirates midfielder Tlou Segolela scored a goal in each half as Bafana Bafana defeated Lesotho 2-0 in an international friendly match played at the Setsoto Stadium in Maseru, Lesotho on Sunday.

South African colours light up Paris

The Eiffel Tower was lit up in the colours of the South African flag on Tuesday night to mark the opening of the South African Season in France, while will see over 800 artists showcasing the country's vibrant diversity in hundreds of projects across France between May and December.

Young scientist gets a helping hand from Eskom

Young scientist Hearn Johnson, who built a functional and reliable prototype of a prosthetic hand for lower-arm amputees, can now pursue his dream of studying engineering, thanks to a full bursary from Eskom.