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Giving kids a sporting chance in life

PYP Rugby kids thumb Children need to be taught to lead an active life and the value of sport, but often this is neglected in the battle to survive. Sporting Chance is filling this gap, laying down patterns of exercise as a way of life in the young. It also offers mentorship to budding athletes.

A long and healthy life for all South Africans

In 2030, South Africa's health system works for everyone. It provides quality care to all, has raised life expectancy to at least 70 years, produced a young generation largely free of HIV infection, and has dramatically reduced infant mortality.

Tell your story of growing up in South Africa

Tell your story of growing up in South Africa

Understanding that telling stories brings people together to build understanding, the government has launched the Tell Your Story campaign to foster greater communication and empathy between South Africans.
Film tackles Winnie Mandela's life story

Film tackles Winnie Mandela’s life story

A film about the turbulent life of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the ex-wife of former South African president Nelson Mandela, opens in South African cinemas in March. Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson stars in the title role.
'We can learn from Mandela's life'

Celebrate Mandela’s life: grandson

With Mandela Day fast approaching, the life of Nelson Mandela should be celebrated, the grandson of the former president, Ndaba Mandela, said on Tuesday ahead of the first Nelson Mandela Football Invitational match involving English Premier League club Manchester City.
'We can learn from Mandela's life'

‘We can learn from Mandela’s life’

President Jacob Zuma has urged South Africans to draw on the lessons of the life of former president Nelson Mandela and use this to better the lives of other people.

South African film a hit at Cannes

South African production Life, Above All, about a young girl whose family is deeply affected by Aids, was the talk of the 2010 Cannes Festival after receiving a 10-minute standing ovation at its world premiere there on 18 May.
South African film wins at Tribeca


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