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Shine turns spotlight on literacy

Volunteers are boosting literacy levels among young schoolchildren through The Shine Centre. They use reading, writing and word play in peer group sessions and in one-on-one sessions with tutors.

Boithaopo teacher gives his all

Jeremiah Moreo is determined his pupils will do well in maths and science, despite not having a stocked laboratory. Doing his best for his classes has even meant he has moved towns to be near them all the time.

Angels touch lives of the sick

On a small plot in the south of Joburg, lies Nkosi's Haven Village. Here mothers and children infected with and affected by HIV are able to live a healthy and loving life, thanks to the help of their angels.

SA-foreign business chambers

SA-foreign business chambers

International chambers of commerce and industry, and other foreign trade and business organisations, in South Africa and abroad.
Faster forensics

Forensic lab to help police fight crime

The launch of the R500-million Plattekloof Forensic Laboratory in Cape Town will help South African police to fight crime more smartly by focusing on factors ranging from DNA and polygraph analysis to 3D facial recognition.

Chinese, SA firms help ‘green’ COP 17

A Chinese investment company is to buy carbon credits from a Johannesburg brick factory registered under the Kyoto Protocol's emissions trading scheme to offset the travel of over 750 UN-sponsored delegates to COP 17 in Durban.
This Friday

This Friday, Do Something Differently

Get up 15 minutes early. Start a conversation with someone new. Go for a walk during lunchtime ... as part of its "Legacy" campaign, Brand SA calls on South Africans this Friday to "fly the flag for our ability to see things differently, to see challenges where others see obstacles, and no matter what, to make a plan."
Xenophobia: how you can help

Xenophobia: how you can help

As the police and the army move to contain the violence against foreign nationals in parts of the country, a growing number of South Africans are taking action against xenophobia, and stepping up to help the thousands of people displaced by the violence.
Boosting small businesses

SA economy: quick links by sector

Agroprocessing, chemical, energy, engineering, financial, mining, telecoms, tourism, vehicle manufacturing ... check out our quick links to doing business in South Africa, arranged by sector.
Blue IQ invests in mega-projects

Blue IQ invests in mega-projects

Blue IQ, a multi-billion rand initiative by the Gauteng provincial government to invest in economic infrastructure development in targeted mega-projects, could create over 100 000 jobs and generate in the region of R100-billion worth of investment over the next 10 years.


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