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Image: Supplied. Thousands of Palestinians gather at Mandela Square in Ramallah, 11th January 2024.

South Africa’s Principled Stand: A Moral Beacon in Geopolitics

Written by Ebrahim Deen (Researcher, Brand South Africa)     “By bravely standing up for what is right and taking Israel to the ICJ, however, South Africa...

Brand South Africa welcomes the United Nations’ appreciation of SA’s peacekeeping operations

Johannesburg, Friday 31 May 2019 – Brand South Africa has noted and welcomes the United Nations (UN) recognition and praise of South Africa’s role in...

The NBA comes to Africa

In a leap forward for basketball in South Africa and the continent, the NBA's first game in Africa will be played in August. The captains have been announced for the Team Africa versus Team World play off, with the African side led by Luol Deng.

Voices from One Young World Summit Dublin

oneyoungworldthumbThree young South Africans share their experiences of this year's One Young World Annual Summit, held in Dublin, Ireland from 15 to 18 October, where valuable young talent from across the globe debated and shared solutions for the pressing issues facing the world.

Voices from One Young World Summit Dublin

oneyoungworldthumbThree young South Africans share their experiences of this year's One Young World Annual Summit, held in Dublin, Ireland from 15 to 18 October, where valuable young talent from across the globe debated and shared solutions for the pressing issues facing the world.

SA’s Nedbank acquires 20% stake in Ecobank

South Africa's Nedbank has acquired a 20% in Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), consolidating its banking alliance with one of the leading pan-African banking institutions.

SA’s Nedbank acquires 20% stake in Ecobank

South Africa's Nedbank has acquired a 20% in Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), consolidating its banking alliance with one of the leading pan-African banking institutions.

Sub-Saharan Africa’s middle class set to boom

Middle-class households in leading sub-Saharan African economies are set to grow from 15-million to about 40-million by 2030, evidence of structural economic growth and a cause for optimism for investors in the region, according to a new report by Standard Bank.

Sub-Saharan Africa’s middle class set to boom

Middle-class households in leading sub-Saharan African economies are set to grow from 15-million to about 40-million by 2030, evidence of structural economic growth and a cause for optimism for investors in the region, according to a new report by Standard Bank.

Broadcasting African documentaries to Africa

South Africa's Durban International Film Festival initiated a world first on Monday as it began broadcasting a full week of African documentary films to television audiences across sub-Saharan Africa.