Celebrate Freedom Day
Our Freedom wasn’t free – but what it inspired is priceless.
Celebrate Freedom Day!
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|When Africa sings, we listen. When she dances, we watch in awe. And, when she plays her favourite game, the fields light up with her dazzling colours – Feel the beat at Africa’s feet!|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs in Uganda Okello Henry Oryem shares what he hopes to be the outcome of the Global Diaspora Summit 2012.||Chairman of the Africa Heritage Society Mutumwa Mawere shares what he hopes to be the outcome of the Global Diaspora Summit 2012.|
|Brand South Africa board member Anitha Soni shares what she hopes to be the outcome of the Global Diaspora Summit 2012 taking place in Johannesburg.||Legendary jazz musician Hugh Masekela speaks about Africa Day and states his wish for an all year commemoration of the unification of Africans.|
|Did you know that South Africa ranks first in the world for its regulation of securities exchanges? That the country offers the lowest cost of living for expats?||Brand South Africa has found an inspiring new way to get South Africans thinking about what they will be celebrating this coming Freedom Day on 27 April.|
|Did you know that South Africa ranks first in the world for its regulation of securities exchanges? That the country offers the lowest cost of living for expats?||Anchoring the Brand South Africa campaign for the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup is a stunning television advert featuring the vuvuzela – the trumpet that has come to symbolise South African footbal.|
|Brand South Africa is a founding member of the Movement for Good. This TV advert shows how change for a better South Africa starts with small, everyday actions – with each of us.||South Africa is a country alive with possibility – see some of the many advantages our country offers the international investor.|
|The International Marketing Council’s new ad, “we’ve done it before, we can do it again”.||The television advert featuring South Africans of all persuasions going about their daily work, creating the “rhythm of the nation”.|
|…in a country that said, “be who you want to be.” Zanele Situ, Nelson Mandela, ‘Baby Jake’ Matlala, Natalie du Toit, Joel Stransky, Johnny Clegg and Sipho Mchunu are among the New South African heroes who woke up to a country Alive with Possibility||Anant Singh’s human rights video depicting abuses world-wide, this video was used as a scene setter at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Click arrow to play video.|
|Carte Blanche’s Ruda Landman interviews IMC trustee Dr Hischam El-Agamy.||Investors dream of a business destination which combines their ideals: the stability of a developed nation, the opportunity of a vibrant emerging market, and a climate that fosters growth.|
|South Africa is a nation united in action. Vodacom invests in education to allow South Africans to meet today’s challenges.||South Africa is a nation united in action. Tiger Brands has put the full weight of its brands behind the fight against hunger.|