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Care and communities at the heart of social cohesion

If unity and pride is an outcome, the means to get there is by caring for one another and creating a sense of community,...

Play Your Part nominated for City Nation Place Award

Johannesburg Skyline---thumbThe global City Nation Place Awards recognise excellence in place-branding. Play Your Part has been nominated to Best Citizen Engagement. The nationwide social movement inspires, empowers and celebrates active citizenship.

Youth look to building South Africa’s brand

The Youth CaucusYoung leaders at the Youth Caucus debated how to build South Africa's nation brand as well as ways in which ordinary people could play their part in meeting the goals of the government's National Development Plan.

Proud to be a South African

On Fridays, keep your South African flag flying. The days have been given over to marking the countdown to the 20th anniversary of democracy in the country. Called Freedom Friday, people are encouraged to show their pride on the day.

Making democracy work for all

The Gauteng Provincial Legislature is the driving force behind the new Citizen Responsibility Campaign, which aims to get people more involved in the processes of democracy, and more aware that good citizenry is as much a matter of duties as of rights.
Back to basics for a unified SA

Back to basics for a unified SA

Brand South Africa hosted an interfaith dialogue to discuss the role of faith-based organisations in promoting greater social cohesion, active citizenship and patriotism in the country.

Play Your Part: a TV series to inspire

Ordinary South Africans doing extraordinary things to improve the lives of all of us, will be featured in Play Your Part, when the second season of the series returns to television screens.

South Africans

South Africans, help brand your country!

The International Marketing Council of South Africa has called on ordinary South Africans to help SA compete globally by building the country's image and brand, and do their bit to put an end to misconceptions about the country at home and abroad.