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Brand South Africa encourages women in Mpumalanga to be active citizens

Mpumalanga-Women---thumbBrand South Africa was in Mpumalanga to cap women's month by getting women and girls to be more active in their communities.

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Be active citizens, Radebe urges South Africans

Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe has called on the country's citizens to engage with their elected representatives ahead of the president's #SONA2015 address next week to ensure that the matters that affect their daily lives are placed on the agenda.

Active citizenship and changing the South African brand reality

While we need to hold public representatives to account, we also need to take active control of building a South Africa that can nurture the needs, dreams and aspirations of each citizen, writes Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola.

Active citizenship and its role in changing the South African brand reality

While we need to hold public representatives to account, we also need to take active control of building a South Africa that can nurture the needs, dreams and aspirations of each citizen, writes Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola.

Brand South Africa hosts JCI

The world president of the Junior Chamber International is in the country to work with local leaders to find ways to bring about positive change.
Emerging farmer breaks the mould

BEE ‘must involve active empowerment’

Black economic empowerment needs to shift from supporting passive shareholding to promoting a more active and productive empowerment of black people across South Africa's economy, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

African farms grow malaria drug

Small-scale farmers in East Africa have become the world’s third-largest producers of a key ingredient in the most effective malaria drug available, producing a crop of the highest quality.

“We say YES to a better country”

Speech by Moeketsi Mosola, Acting CEO of the International Marketing Council of South Africa at the Million Man March, Union Buildings, 10 June 2008.

Today we say NO to crime. Today we say YES to an even better South Africa. We are many here today, but we represent the millions of good South Africans who agree with us.

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