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Brand South Africa delivers keynote address to South African marketing academics

Brand South Africa collaborates with academia on the future of marketing education

A Brand South Africa presentation at a recent gathering of marketing academics highlighted the importance of the relationship between nation branding and future of...

Brand South Africa gives master class on nation branding

Civic-minded people are needed to help build the country of their dreams. This is an important aspect to nation branding, which is not the work of the government alone, a group of students from South Africa and the US hears.

South African scholars to study in China

South African scholars to study in China

Out of a 180 applications to study in China, 53 successful applicants are about to depart to the east to start their tertiary education. Along with the excitement for the opportunity, comes a sense of responsibility to be gracious guests and excellent representatives of South Africa overseas.

Nontsikelelo Qwelane is a born teacher

Nontsikelelo Qwelane forgets her aching knees when she takes up her chalk at the beginning of a school day. At age 94, after 73 years in front of a classroom, this lifelong teacher insists she is not tired. She remains devoted to her vocation, and her pupils.

Nontsikelelo Qwelane is a born teacher

Nontsikelelo Qwelane is a born teacherNontsikelelo Qwelane forgets her aching knees when she takes up her chalk at the beginning of a school day. At age 92, after 73 years in front of a classroom, this lifelong teacher insists she is not tired; instead, she is still devoted to her vocation, and her pupils.  

Brand South Africa supports governance debate

At the Brand South Africa Competitiveness Forum governance and leadership breakaway, delegates debated how to improve the country’s competitiveness through nation branding and good governance.

Unisa stands proud at 140 years


Unisa is the country's oldest education institution, at 140 years. It has offered education opportunities to people from all over Africa, and has alumni working around the world.
Mandela's 'classrooms for human beings'

Bringing music to the youth

Formal music training and classical music was at one time in South Africa viewed as the domain of the elite, but in recent years a number of organisations have worked to tap into the wealth of homegrown musical talent. Acosa is one of them.

A winning open education system

A Cape Town start-up has won an international competition for documenting the importance of Open Education Resources, a system that uses freely available digital materials for teaching, learning and research.

Fog project boosts water supply

A climatologist from the University of South Africa has helped develop a system to harvest moisture from abundant mountain fog in a water-scarce region of the Eastern Cape, and communities there are already benefiting from it.
R500m water deal for rural SA

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