South Africans are ready for action
While South Africa is building a new nation, solutions and new and inspiring ways of engaging with problems and challenges, are paramount.
Zuma meets stakeholders to discuss migration and attacks on foreign nationals
On Tuesday 22 April South African President Jacob Zuma met representatives from different sectors of society to discuss the country’s migration policy and explore ways to promote orderly migration and good relations between South Africans and other nationals.
Sport is fighting against xenophobia
Minister of Sport and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula, has lauded the sports bodies taking a stance against the xenophobic attacks and says that sport, yet again, is playing a role in uniting people in our country.
Statement from Brand South Africa on the current developments in South Africa, 17 April...
Brand South Africa joins the rest of the country in condemning the acts of violence that have been levelled against some foreign national residing in some of the nine provinces of South Africa.
South African stars #SayNoToXenophobia
Maponya: We must collectively say no to xenophobia
Brand South Africa's chairperson, Chichi Maponya, remembers how our African neighbours helped us during apartheid and says it is time for South Africa to play her part for the continent.
South Africa acts against xenophobia
Displaced foreigners successfully reintegrated into KwaZulu-Natal communities
The KwaZulu-Natal government and eThekwini Metro are satisfied that great progress is being made in reintegrating displaced foreign nationals in a number of areas affected in greater Durban and greater Pietermaritzburg.
Thousands march for peace in Durban
Zuma: Xenophobic attacks defy South African values
President Jacob Zuma expressed his condemnation of the xenophobic attacks on foreigners in KwaZulu-Natal when he addressed the National Assembly on Thursday, 16 April.