Fighting the good fight alongside the Tears Foundation during the 16 Days of Activism...

The South African government launches 16 days of activism for no violence against women and children every year in efforts to eradicate this social...

Play Your Part and rally behind the country’s cricket team Proteas

Johannesburg, Thursday 30 May 2019 -  Brand South Africa calls on all citizens to play their part and rally behind the country’s sports teams...

Celebrate Africa Day with Brand South Africa

The world annually observes Africa Day on 25 May, acknowledging the solidarity among African countries. Africa Day was established in 1963, commemorating the formation...

RWC 2023: South Africa bids for the rights

As hosts of the Rugby World Cup, the country would make rugby proud, the South African bid team told the sport’s world body. Revenue...

Bungee jumping in South Africa

Weehah! South Africa has the third highest commercial bungee jump in the world - it's official. The 216-metre Bloukrans on the border of the Eastern and Western Cape is not for the faint of heart.

Pressure test as Proteas face Kiwis

New Zealand may be entering Tuesday's ICC World Cup semifinal match as favourites, but the result will depend on which team can absorb the most pressure during the key moments, says South African middle-order batsman David Miller.

We will be prepared for a fight, says Protea coach

Proteas' assistant coach Adrian Birrell says the South Africans are taking their World Cup group match against Ireland on Tuesday morning seriously. The Irish "bat long and deep. They know how to chase targets ... We are fully aware of what they can do," says Birrell, who coached Ireland from 2002 to 2007.

South Africa’s u17 team make history

The Amajimbos gave beleaguered South African sports fans some hope when they became the country's first-ever team to qualify for the under-17 Fifa World Cup by beating Cameroon 3-1 at the CAF African Youth Championship at the weekend.

We’ll lick our wounds – and regroup, says De Villiers

After their 130-run loss to India in a World Cup group match in Melbourne on Sunday, the Proteas have a lot of work to do ahead of their "must-win" match against the West Indies on Friday.

Cape Town opens world class athletics stadium

Young boys and girls hoping to become the next global athletic icon now have the opportunity to make that dream a reality, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said at the opening of the upgraded Green Point Athletics Stadium on Wednesday.