When South Africa celebrated 20 years of democracy in 2014, a truly inspiring TV series titled Play Your Part was aired on the national broadcaster SABC 2. Hosted by Kabelo Mabalane, the exciting series aimed to inspire and ignite South Africans to take action and make a difference in their communities.
Play your part TV episodes
Mining is an adversarial environment for women, says Sasol's executive vice president Nolitha Fakude. But through the petroleum giant's Women Empowerment Strategy, she aims to create a safe and fulfilling work environment for women in the company.
In an age of celebrity chefs, Jenny Morris was the first South African to have her own show on the Food Network television channel. About her passion for food, she says: "It's a love affair in the true sense of the word, one that employs all the senses."
Billie Zangewa's silk tapestries mirror the world of the contemporary urban African woman. A sometime soul singer and lauded textiles artist, she describes her evocative works as visually sensual and self-exploratory.
Jewellery artist Kevin Friedman finds the beauty in the ordinary, then embellishes it with the sparkle of diamonds, to the coveted acclaim of the luxury goods market and his fellow artists.
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