Play Your Part ambassador Thabang Mabapa doing extraordinary things to solve Africa’s energy crisis

As we wrap-up Youth Month, we take up the opportunity to profile another young person who is doing extraordinary things. Play Your Part ambassador, 26-year...

Ntando Makwela: The Dynamic Kid

Play Your Part Ambassador, Ntando Makwela is a 16-year-old author and motivational speaker from Mulbarton, Gauteng.  He co-hosts a  show on an online radio...

Brand South Africa partners with the 14th Sunday Times Generation Next Youth Engagement

by Phindi Maduna On 14 June 2018, Brand South Africa partnered with the Sunday Times Generation Next and HDI Youth Marketers to host the 14th...

Conserving Water for Future Generations

Wise Wayz Water Care (WWWC) programme is based on the South Coast of Durban- in the communities of Folweni and Ezimbokodweni. It is there...

CEOs Know Campaign: Why Invest Invest in South Africa

Tsabeng Nthite – With an impact of R324 billion on national GDP, South Africa’s petroleum industry plays a key role in the economic development...

Mathematics made easy for a better tomorrow

Play Your Part ambassador, Dr Msizi Mkhize is passionate about the teaching Mathematics and Accounting to young people so that they can secure sound...

Remembering why we commemorate June 16 with BOOK IBHONI

                Remembering why we stop and commemorate June 16 – is Brand South Africa’s Youth month digital campaign for 2018. The campaign is angled at...

Play Your Part ambassadors share the same vision with young people of Mpumalanga

Play Your Part arrived at D.M. Motsoaseli High School to an audience of enthusiastic and motivated learners for its second leg of the in...

Ordinary South Africans Doing Amazing Things – Jozi Cats Rugby Club

              Ordinary South Africans Doing Amazing Things - Jozi Cats Rugby Club Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part initiative makes emphasis on inspiring all South Africans...

National Child Protection Week – “Let Us All Protect Children to Move South Africa...

      The Minister of the Department of Social Development, Ms Susan Shabangu, led the launch of the National Child Protection Week (CPW) campaign on Sunday...
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