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Celebrating Africa Month 2016

South Africa is an integral part of the African continent. Our national interest is intrinsically linked to continental stability, unity and prosperity - the development, upliftment and celebration of all African people.

Celebrating Africa's health heroes

Celebrating Africa’s health heroes

In Africa, only 3% of the world's healthcare workers tend to 24% of the global disease burden. To help bridge the skills divide, the University of Cape Town offers programmes aimed at African students who want to make a difference in their home countries. Here are some of their stories.

Freedom Park: celebrating peace

On a small hill outside South Africa’s capital city of Pretoria, a unique and complex monument celebrates freedom and honours the people who struggled and died to liberate the country from apartheid.
Trekker site gets heritage status

Celebrating Soweto’s heritage

The home of one of Soweto’s founding fathers, James “Sofasonke” Mpanza, has been declared a formally protected provincial heritage site, entrenching his legacy as a man who changed history.
Mandela’s old offices restored

Celebrating African growth and unity

South Africa celebrated Africa Day on 25 May 2011 with a vibrant line-up at the National Cultural History Museum in Pretoria.
Expo to mark Africa Day

Celebrating Africa’s Humanity

Start a conversation, You'll learn that we have so much in common...Ubuntu is about keeping an open mind...Where we are from shouldn't keep us apart... Fly The Flag this Friday August 6th and let us celebrate humanity.


Celebrating, empowering SA’s women

South Africa's public sector is making "steady progress" in securing senior positions for women in the workplace, Minister of Women, Children and People with Disabilities Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya said at the launch of Women's Month 2010.

Celebrating 30 days to World Cup

The Bree Street Taxi Rank, Noord Street Taxi Rank, Gandhi Square, Jabulani Mall and Maponya Mall in Johannesburg were the places to be on 11 May to join Brand South Africa’s celebrations of 30 days to kickoff of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.

Celebrating 30 days to World Cup

Brand South Africa is to celebrate 30 days to kickoff of the 2010 Fifa World Cup kick-off in true Johannesburg style, with buzz and energy from the city centre to Soweto.
Fly the Flag campaign launched

Celebrating 40 days to World Cup: Flagging South Africa

Brand South Africa marks today’s 40 days to the kick off of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ with the launch of a national ‘Fly the Flag’ challenge through which companies and individuals can pledge to buy, distribute and fly the national flag. This 40 day flag pledge will continue into the 30 day countdown potentially, and will provide every South African with a flag to fly - shaping the Nation’s celebrations.


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