Play Your Part series back on TV!

The 2nd season of Play Your Part returns to our small screens at 7pm on Monday, 9 July on SABC1, and the show will be presented by Mmabatho Montsho and Katleho Sinvasan.The show will feature those who Play their Part across a wide range of fields.

What makes you a true South African?

South Africans have differing opinions of themselves, good and bad, but what if there was a way to measure how those opinions could be used to further the potential of the country’s people, diverse as they are?

Emslie takes to the waves for ‘Young Heroes’

Inspiring tomorrow's heroes is the sole mission of the RedCap Foundation, and as one its ambassadors, local surfer Greg Emslie will be doing just that when he competes at this year's Mr Price Pro Ballito.

Anti police brutality and corruption network of SA

This registered non-profit organisation, which operates in terms of the SAPS Act, seeks to establish Civilians Police Oversight Committees national with it's National Office in Pretoria, that will consist of police observers.

indigenous stories

Iwould like to suggest the creation and regular updating of a database of indigenous folk stories. These would be recorded using high definition cameras in rural villages, stories told around the fire place by grannies in their huts.

Vodacom opens Mobile Education centre

The Vodacom Mobile Education Programme, the first teacher-development initiative of its kind in SA, officially launched its Gauteng ICT resource centre - one of nine resource centres situated across the country.

Play Your Part for Madiba!

Exactly a month before former president Nelson Mandela celebrates his 94th birthday, South Africans and the world at large are urged to honour him with a special birthday song to make the event more special.

Painting the town happy

Zenobia Baumgarten loves to share her zest for life with others, and in her community she Plays her Part by painting nursery and primary schools, and inspiring caregivers by giving them tools with which to educate the youngsters in their charge.

A new life through the Home of Hope

The Home of Hope is an autonomous, self started and inclusive shelter for the rehabilitation of girls who have been lured into prostitution through the promises of jobs.

Grooming future leaders: priceless

Developing entrepreneurial skills among young South African girls will help curb unemployment - so MasterCard Worldwide put their money where their mouth is to sponsor future business leaders.

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