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Play Your Part Episode 26: Synopsis

The 26th and final episode of the Play Your Part Television Series will air on Saturday, 17 March 2018 on SABC 2 at 18h00.     Kabelo...

Play Your Part Episode 25: Synopsis

The 25th episode of the Play Your Part Television Series will air on Saturday, 10 March 2018 on SABC 2 at 18h00. This episode is...

Press release: Play Your Part TV series reflection

The Play Your Part television series, hosted by Kabelo Mabalane, has been well received, encouraging conversations on active citizenship, and has seen a rise of citizens...

Play Your Part television series returns

The life-changing Play Your Part series shares inspiring stories of ordinary South Africans doing extraordinary things. The Play Your Part television series is back! The...
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Play Your Part TV series coming soon

The new Play Your Part television series will be broadcast from 26 August on SABC 2. Launched on Wednesday, it explores active citizenship in...

Play Your Part TV Series is back

When South Africa celebrated 20 years of democracy in 2014, a TV series titled Play Your Part was aired on SABC 2. It aimed to...

Library brings culture of reading

Library---thumbThe community of Batharos will encourage its children to read now that TT Lekalake Primary School has its own library, thanks to the efforts of Brand South Africa and its partners.

New library to be opened in Northern Cape

Kabelo thumbPlay Your Part and Shout SA will be in the arid Northern Cape, to open a library at the TT Lekalake Primary School in the village of Bathlaros. The event will help to underscore the importance of reading and education.

Children the focus for January activations

Play Your Part activations thumbMake 2016 your year for doing something for others – and start as you mean to carry on. Already there are several volunteering opportunities planned at which you can earn GEMs for playing your part.

Shout musicians sing to end violent crime

Shout South AfricaAfter South African reggae artist Lucky Dube was gunned down in 2007, local musicians Danny K and Kabelo Mabelane decided to release a single to help fund crime-fighting projects in the country.

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