There has never been a more critical time to care for the environment than now. The Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa is one organisation educating the public on how we can do this.
In June 2015 South Africa will host the 25th annual edition of the World Economic Forum on Africa when government, business and civil society leaders from across the continent meet in Cape Town for two days to discuss the theme "Then and Now: Reimagining Africa's Future".
"Government and society need to work in genuine partnership to pursue the country's current economic vision with conviction and vigour," writes trade and industry minister Rob Davies on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos. "In the meantime, South Africa needs to continue to send a message to the world that it is still very much open for business."
In 2030, South Africa will be a society where opportunity is not determined by race or birthright, and where citizens accept they have both rights and responsibilities. We will be a united, prosperous, non-racial, non-sexist and democratic South Africa.
This month, South Africa commemorates two decades of democratic freedom in the country and reflects on the journey taken to create a more equitable society for all citizens, says Phumla Williams, CEO of Government Communication and Information System (GCIS).
Johannesburg, Wednesday, 4 September 2013 – Brand South Africa today interacted with business and civil society stakeholders in Johannesburg as part of preparations for South Africa’s inaugural Competitiveness Forum, to be held later in the year.