Vision 2030

The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) collaborates with Brand South Africa to...

Johannesburg, Wednesday 14th August 2019 – As the official marketing agency of South Africa tasked with building the country's brand reputation and improve its...

Nation Brand Forum 2017 inspires robust discussion and debate

The Brand South Africa Nation Brand Forum 2017 again gathered business, government and media experts to discuss the marketing of the country's national global...

The NDP at five: lessons learnt, emerging challenges and enhancing implementation

The plan was about our dreams and aspirations and actionable steps to achieve them, said Minister Jeff Radebe, in recounting its successes. Sulaiman Philip The National...

Residents of Bloemfontein invited to join Brand South Africa on 26 October 2016

Johannesburg, Wednesday 19 October 2016 – Brand South Africa’s nationwide campaign - Play Your Part will be in the capital city of the Free...

Inclusive internet essential to Africa’s growth – Cwele

The internet should be open, neutral, resilient, interoperable and responsive to the growth needs of all. This was the message Dr Siyabonga Cwele, South...

Minister Jeff Radebe shares details of 30 day payment plan

Small business is big business, minister Jeff Radebe said on Tuesday, 6 September, at an imbizo held at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg. "A total of...

National Development Plan’s Vision 2030 gets a new-look logo

South Africa’s National Development Plan has a new brand identity and logo designed to inspire all citizens to work towards the vision of eliminating...

Sandton goes car-free for a month

The Sandton CBD will be closed to cars during the month-long EcoMobility World Festival over October. Instead, people will be encouraged to use public transport, cycle and walk. Johannesburg hopes they will see the benefits of going car-free and that there will be a permanent shift.

Moving Gauteng forward in 2015: the State of the Province Address

In his State of the Province Address delivered on Monday 23 February, Gauteng Premier David Makhura outlined his government's plans to transform, modernise and reindustrialise the most economically developed region in Africa. Read the full speech here.

‘We must all join hands to fight crime’ – Mapisa-Nqakula

Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, urges South Africans to be vigilant this festive season to prevent crime and ensure our safety....