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With talks on money, relationships and self-coaching, this year's Psychology Festival of Learning will look at helping individuals to make positive changes in their lives.
An entrepreneurial complex built on the site of an old cement factory in the low income Cape township of Philippi has local growth at its heart.
More than half of South Africa's population is urbanised – up to 64% of South Africans live in the country's urban centres. And most of these people are under the age of 40. Brand South Africa's research team has analysed the state of South Africa's major cities.
Dine With Khayelitsha brings together people of different races and social classes to have frank conversations about social issues, over dinner.
Across the globe, people can now explore the beauty of South Africa virtually through Google Maps. From the views from atop Table Mountain to animals grazing in the Kruger National Park, South Africa's natural wonders are on display for all the world to appreciate.
In the State of the Nation Address, President Jacob Zuma called for the eradication of the 'demon of racism', he reminded South Africans that economic growth was the fastest way to reduce inequality and lift fellow South Africans out of poverty.
The State of the Nation Address by President Jacob Zuma took place on 11 February 2016, an important date for the country. It was the anniversary of the release of Nelson Mandela from prison 26 years ago. We take a look at the dignitaries as they arrived at Parliament.