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Young people, listen up! Brand South Africa, is gearing up to revitalise your ...

Johannesburg 15 August 2023 – Advocating for entrepreneurship has become essential in the South African economy where youth continue to remain vulnerable to unemployment....

Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport is South Africa's second largest airport, and a prime tourism gateway serving the millions of visitors arriving in the Mother City every year.

Casual Day brings joy to school

Basizeni School learners discover the joys of playground equipment for the first time. On the roundabout are Retshepile Mbonani and Zinhle Ngcobo. (Image: Casual...

Dump site transformed into Cape nature reserve

A 36-hectare area in Cape Town that was once used largely as a landfill has been transformed into one of the city's most important nature reserves, home to more than 300 plant species, 10 of which are endemic to the area and threatened with extinction.

Striker Portia Modise is South Africa’s Sports Star of the Year

The nation's sporting royalty came out to celebrate excellence at the Sport Ministry's annual SA Sports Awards, with Banyana Banyana striker Portia Modise claiming the crown as Sports Star of the Year. She is the first African football player to score 100 goals in international competition.

Januaries keep Mandela spirit alive in France

Although rugby hero Ricky Januarie and his family live in Europe, they keep Madiba close to their hearts. They teach their children about the great man, and ensure his legacy lives on in Lyon through following his example of working for the greater good.

Cape Town viewed from a treetop walkway

A 130-metre treetop canopy walkway, winding through the forest canopy on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain and offering spectacular 360-degree views of the city and mountainside, has opened at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in Cape Town.

Wagner downs Sithole in Acsa SA Open final

World number one David Wagner defeated South Africa's world number two, Lucas Sithole, to capture the quads title in the Airports Company South Africa SA Open wheelchair tennis tournament at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Wagner downs Sithole in Acsa SA Open final

World number one David Wagner defeated South Africa's world number two, Lucas Sithole, to capture the quads title in the Airports Company South Africa SA Open wheelchair tennis tournament at Ellis Park in Johannesburg on Saturday.

Sithole, Montjane to chase a home victory

South Africa's leading wheelchair tennis stars Kgothatso "KG" Montjane and Lucas Sithole head into this week's Acsa SA Open chasing a home victory after both suffered defeats in their respective finals of the Gauteng Open on Sunday.