Gallery: Brand South Africa in Davos – part 2

Brand South Africa had a strong and vibrant presence at the 40th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in late January, with a particular focus on the 2010 Fifa World Cup. In this gallery we bring you the highlights.

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Television cameraman films proceedings during
the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy, in which three panellists were South African, at the Congress Centre at the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday 28 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Delegates listen during the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy on Thursday 28 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
The panel during the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy at the Congress Centre at the Annual Meeting 2010 of the World Economic
Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday 28 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Russell Loubser, CEO of South Africa’s JSE Securities Exchange, speaks at the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy on Thursday 28 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Maria Ramos, group chief executive of South Africa’s Absa Bank, speaks at the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy on Thursday
28 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
The panel of the session Rethinking Africa’s Growth Strategy, held on Thursday 28 January: from left, Maria Ramos, group chief executive, Absa Bank, South Africa; Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete; Donald Kaberuka of Tanzania, president of the African Development Bank; Li Ruogu, chairman and president, Export-Import Bank of China; Kuseni Dlamini, CEO of Old Mutual South Africa; and Russell Loubser, CEO of South Africa’s JSE Securities Exchange.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa in the Congress Centre in Davos on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Andy Mettler, World Economic Forum
Zakumi, the official 2010 World Cup mascot, mingles with the crowd at Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on
Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Monika Flueckiger, World Economic Forum
A journalist wearing a Brand South Africa beanie at work in the Media Centre on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Michael Wuertenberg, World Economic Forum
Showing off ball skills before Davos Kickoff
for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa
on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Andy Mettler, World Economic Forum
Brigitte Pfenninger of Swiss International Airlines holds a South African flag at Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Blowing the vuvuzela trumpet at Davos Kickoff
for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa
on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
A supporter holds a copy of John Carlin’s book on the 1994 Rugby World Cup, held in South Africa, at Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Vuvuzela trumpets on display at Davos Kickoff
for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa
on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Klaus Schwab, executive chair of the World Economic Forum, during the session Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
South African Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel during the session Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum
Zakumi, the official 2010 World Cup mascot, during the session Davos Kickoff for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa on Saturday 30 January.
Photo: Remy Steinegger, World Economic Forum

BRAND SOUTH AFRICA IN DAVOS

PART 1

PART 2


PART 3


THE CAMPAIGN

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For more great South African photography, including the Proteas jetting off to the ICC World Cup, grassroots football, Nelson Mandela meeting Bafana Bafana, high-rise office buildings in Sandton, and South Africa’s new ape-man fossil – visit the Media Club South Africa gallery page.