women empowerment

Embracing equity – One size does not fit all

By Katie Mohamed; CEO and Founder of W-Suite   Women Empowerment platforms like W-Suite drive key dialogues around gender inequality and how equal opportunities engender empowerment. However,...

Founder of Project 31- Pearl Ntshehi awarded the prestigious Play Your Part Ambassador Award

Pearl Ntshehi, a Miss South Africa 2022 top 10 finalist, has been awarded the Miss South Africa Play Your Part Ambassador Award for 2022....

Brand South Africa announces third winner in the Women Empowerment category as part of...

  Johannesburg |22 October 2021- i-LEAD has been announced as the third winner of the ongoing Brand South Africa...

Brand South Africa kicks off decade celebration with Play Your Part Awards 2021 announcement

Johannesburg| 23 June 2021- It is official! Brand South Africa’s flagship programme, Play Your Part, turns ten this year. The nationwide social...

Brand South Africa Introduces Miss South Africa Contestants to the Play Your Part Programme

On 9 July 2020, Brand South Africa introduced the Top 15 Miss South Africa contestants to the Play Your part Programme through a virtual...

Business Engage honours corporates for Women empowerment

Corporate South Africa is becoming increasingly proactive in acknowledging the significant role of women in the economy, across all sectors. We can argue, in...

Women’s Month Dialogue: Africa Free Trade Agreement Invitation

Johannesburg – Wednesday, 22 August 2018 - Brand South Africa and the Thabo Mbeki Foundation (TMF) are hosting a national dialogue, under the theme...

Mrs SA First Princess helps women take wing

Olwethu Leshabane joins forces with Brand South Africa as a Play Your Part ambassador. The current Mrs South Africa First Princess is also an...

For women, by women – Pink Taxi Egypt

Female taxi drivers could soon be plying the streets of Cairo, carting their female passengers from point A to point B. Pink Taxi Egypt, a new initiative, wants to make female passengers feel safer while using cabs in the city, but it has already faced criticism.

Count yourself in to end violence against women and children

The theme for this year’s 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children is "Count me in: Together moving a non-violent South Africa forward’, a call to citizens to act as a collective to end gender-based violence and child abuse in the country.