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Suzelle DIY

Suzelle DIY makes recycling easy

It is so easy to get into a recycling culture. South Africa's DIY queen, Suzelle, gives easy tips to sort out waste and to...

Cameras in hand, boys find their way

Bernard Viljoen works with former street children in downtown Jozi. Using disposable cameras, they are finding their voices and carving a path out of the wilderness. I Was Shot In Joburg is proving to be a saviour for these young boys, who otherwise would have fallen through the cracks.

New Brand SA advert celebrates 20 Years ‘with pride, wonder’

Here's to you, South Africa!It is time to pause, take breath and appreciate the miracle of South Africa; twenty years into the life of the nation, it is time to praise a bold, exciting country

iwasshot in Joburg: a city in pictures

Inner city images are unfamiliar to Joburg suburbanites, but outreach programme iwasshot in joburg, teaching young people photography skills, is bringing the inner city a little closer to home.

Fighting gender violence ‘everyone’s duty’

It is the duty of all South Africans to play their part in the fight against the abuse of women and children, Brand South Africa said as this year's 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children campaign got under way.

Play Your Part rocks Durban University of Technology

Brand South Africa's lively "Play Your Part" Road Show recently rocked the Durban University of Technology, with students lapping up the music, dance and the message that it is up to all of us to make SA a better place.

Mandela Day: libraries in containers

The Mandela Day container library project celebrates Nelson Mandela month by handing over its 28th library to Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town.

Give youth a voice

Young South Africans lacked a voice, lacked skills, lacked quality education and suffered from low self-esteem, experts agreed at a National Development Plan Youth Dialogue. Yet they also offered possible solutions to these and other issues, such as high youth unemployment.

Jazz inspired by Mandela

A composition inspired by Nelson Mandela, Freedom Dance: Toyi Toyi, earned musician Kesivan Naidoo the Standard Bank Young Artist Award.

Banyana star looks to empower young women

Banyana Banyana midfielder Amanda Dlamini wants to leave a legacy by empowering young women in the rural areas by providing them with life skills and information to help them in their youth stages.


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