Basse nominated as a Woman of Worth

French cosmetics giant L’Oreal has nominated Play Your Part ambassador Bulelwa Basse as one of South Africa’s Women of Worth candidates thanks to her...
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Ayanda Bandla, ambassador for the future

Play Your Part ambassador Ayanda Bandla, a familiar face to some of us, is a television personality and businesswoman who has a genuine passion...
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South African blogger’s #CarseatFullstop campaign brings results

A Cape Town blogger started an online initiative, #CarseatFullstop, to get every child in South Africa strapped into an appropriate car seat every time...
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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...
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Me and my constitution: Laduma Ngxokolo

Fashion designer and proud South African Laduma Ngxokolo shares his views about South Africa's Constitution and tells us how it has helped to shape...

Me and my constitution: Hulisani Ravele

Entertainer and businesswoman Hulisani Ravele, formerly known as CC, sat down with us to talk about her views on South Africa's Constitution and how...

Name an African elephant and save it

Amarula’s Name Them, Save Them campaign fights elephant poaching and gets society to understand these mystical creatures.Ray MaotaThere are less than 400 000 African...
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Western Cape citizens play their part towards progressive change

Cape Town, Wednesday 16 November 2016 – The Play Your Part initiative partnered with the College of Cape Town to inspire young graduates to...
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Partners for Possibility driving education

 Partners for Possibility and Play Your Part invited guests to learn more about how the organisation's work with schools is helping transform South Africa's...

Bokamoso brings exceptional students to join Brand South Africa at Constitution Hill

KwaZulu-Natal students Chirinda Takunda ,Yolanda Mvinjelwa, and Zinhle Shange rewarded for their selfless work in their communities. (Image: Mathiba Molefe)On Friday 12 August Brand...
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