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ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA AT THE JOINT SITTING OF PARLIAMENT ON THE CRISIS...

Speaker of the National Assembly, Ms Thandi Modise, Chairperson of the NCOP, Mr Amos Masondo, Honourable Members, I have called this special joint sitting of the...

An injustice to the values of ubuntu – Brand South Africa condemns attacks

As the country celebrates 25 years of democracy, South Africans are encouraged to reflect on how the country has, for decades, been at the...

We walk for unity and acceptance

On Sunday 26 March Brand South Africa, Constitution Hill and other stakeholders including the Gauteng Legislature and the City of Joburg took part in...

Five South African human rights NGOs you should know about

To celebrate Human Rights Day on 21 March, here is a look at five of South Africa's NGOs working for human rights in the country and beyond, organisations dedicated to the promotion of human dignity, equality and freedom.

Overlooker

I'm a young man of twentyseven years. I'm concerned citizen who hails from The Eastern Cape but I'm in gauteng.

South Africans are ready for action

research---thumbWhile South Africa is building a new nation, solutions and new and inspiring ways of engaging with problems and challenges, are paramount.

Zimbabwean dance group blooms bold at Arts Festival

Saying a resolute ‪#‎NoToXenophobia‬ by their very presence at this year’s National Arts Festival, which runs from 2 to 12 July in Grahamstown, Harare-based dance company Tumbuka will stage a production that grapples with the Zimbabwean psyche through a vigorous vocabulary of contemporary dance.

Attacks on foreign nationals: South Africa responds

After violence against foreigners, many of them from elsewhere in Africa, erupted in communities across the country over the past week, the government, civil society and ordinary citizens have condemned the attacks, sought ways to alleviate the suffering, and looked for ways to end the conflict.

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.