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Brand South Africa nominated for international award

Brand South Africa’s efforts in promoting the country as a great place to visit and invest is getting the global recognition it deserves.  Brand South...

Team South Africa shines at IAAF World Athletics Championships

South African athletes have made the country proud at the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, held in London in August...
A new street art mural of Nelson Mandela watches over the community of Camden, London

Madiba mural unveiled in London for Mandela Day

A newly completed mural on the appropriately named Mandela Street in Camden, London, is yet another fitting tribute to the life and work of...
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Londoners get a taste of South African food

South African cuisine takes centre stage at a restaurant in London. Situated near Buckingham Palace, bbar serves everything from boerewors to bunny chow. Compiled by...

South African female authors share their journeys

18 August 2016 Trapped. A strong woman's triumph over abuse is Capetonian Sam Scarborough's diary, now published as a book. Her story – a confident and financially...
South African selected for London International Awards jury

South African selected for London International Awards jury

In nod to the level of excellence of South Africa's advertising agencies, a South African has been selected for the radio and audio jury at the London International Awards. Working for Ogilvy & Mather, Mariana O'Kelly has over 18 years' experience in the industry.

African music gets boost in London

London's radio scene is being flavoured with music from Africa since a Nigerian station took over Bang Radio and rebranded it The Beat London. It aims to disseminate African music to audiences in the UK, to showcase the continent's talent.

South African children's voices heard in London play

South African children’s voices heard in London play

The Children's Monologues is a collection of stories from South African children in Free State province. The first stage adaptation took place in 2010. Five years later, the anniversary performance will be done simultaneously in London and South Africa, featuring top actors.

Boks’ history against Rugby World Cup group rivals

South Africa's pool B opponents have been called lightweights and easy pickings, but the Springboks know they should not take any of them for granted. Each side has their own strengths and the Boks will need to be at their best. We take a look at South Africa's records against each of their group opponents. Note that all fixtures are South African standard time.

Cape Town night sky tops at photo contest

Cape Town photographer Eric Nathan's shot of the Mother City at night has earned him the top prize at the International Earth & Sky Photo Contest. But it also points out the effect light pollution has on our skies and the need to reclaim and reconnect with the stars.

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