VIDEO: Budget 2017- word on the street

The Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan will deliver his budget speech in parliament on 22 February 2017.The Minister’s speech will address the social and...

South Africa mourns Springbok legend Joost van der Westhuizen

Legendary Springbok rugby scrumhalf and captain Joost van der Westhuizen died on Monday 6 February after five years battling motor neuron disease. He was...
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We’re all behind our Blind Cricket South Africa team, off to T20 World Cup

The Blind Cricket South Africa team are hungry to represent their country in the T20 World Cup in India. Their first match is against...
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South African hearing app grows its reach

Download the hearZA app and test yourself and two friends' hearing via your smartphone. The innovation is from a South African team and is...
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South Africa’s Beerhouse has 99 bottles of beer

The founder-owner of the South African restaurant, Beerhouse, aims to have 20 outlets across the country by 2020. The third venue, in Pretoria, opened...

FAQs on domestic violence and sexual offences

Women and children are most vulnerable when it comes to domestic abuse and sexual violence. In many instances, the victims do not even know...

South Africa extends help to disabled abuse victims

The Gender Based Violence Command Centre has expanded its services to make them accessible to people with disabilities. Blind and deaf people are now...

Africa’s 2016 Olympic winners

Africa returns home from the Rio Olympics this week with an impressive medal tally, including 10 golds and 19 silvers.Brand South Africa reporterApart from...
Semenya victorious at South African championships

Semenya victorious at South African championships

It was a proud weekend in South African sports with sprinter Caster Semenya winning three titles in a matter of four hours. Other South African athletes, such as Wayde van Niekerk, Alyssa Conley, Stephen Mokoka, and Ruswahl Samaai, also scooped titles.
South African may win FIFA goal of the year

South African may win FIFA goal of the year

Hlompho Kekana's goal against Cameroon in the Afcon match over the weekend has put him in the running for the FIFA Puskas Award for goal of the year. Kekana shot from 70 yards out, slipping the ball neatly past goalkeeper Guy N'dy Assembe, to hit the back of the net.


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