The arrival of The Conversation Africa website allows journalists in newsrooms and researchers and academics in universities to join forces for ground-breaking work. Articles on the site are also allowed to be republished elsewhere, so the information reaches more readers.
Wherever they go in the world, all citizens should be good brand ambassadors and promote the country, according to according to the deputy minister of communications. She also called on journalists to report accurately and for gender equality in the workplace.
Johannesburg, 17 March 2015 - Brand South Africa will host journalists from Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, China and the United Kingdom from Tuesday 17 – Friday 20 March 2015 in Johannesburg during which media will be exposed to South Africa's competitive advantages in a variety of areas.
Johannesburg, 25 September 2013 - Infrastructure in South Africa was foremost on the agenda as a group of African journalists embarked on a media tour, hosted by Brand South Africa. The journalists work for various media organisations based in Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa.
A GROUP of foreign correspondents are in South Africa as guests of Brand South Africa, which is using the opportunity to raise the country’s profile in the foreign media and drive a positive message of change in the republic.
A trip to the top of Table Mountain was a highlight for a group of journalists from the Gulf states, visiting South Africa on a fact-finding mission. It was, in their words, “awesome”.