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South Africa’s female vloggers give the inside scoop

31 August 2016 Sharing experiences that relate to your audience is one of the key things several of South Africa's most popular female vloggers have learned...

Go on safari with South African ranger and vlogger

South African freelance ranger Ryno Erasmus is taking his job to a new level by educating people about wildlife on YouTube. He introduced his...

Video: Must watch Tedx Talks of inspiring South African women

Melissa Javan Amo Ngoepe Amo Ngoepe learned the true meaning of the African proverb – "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want...

New video game developed in Africa

A new video game, Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan has been developed in Africa. The work of a studio in Cameroon, Kiro'o Games, it explores African tales in a phantasmal setting. The main character, King Enzo Kori-Odan, uses collective energy, channelled through ancestors, called aurion.

From Nollywood to New Nollywood: the story of Nigerian film’s runaway success

Nollywood is Africa's first economically viable film industry and one of the greatest explosions of popular culture ever seen on the continent. Nigerian film, long known for B-grade fare, is now producing high-quality movies able to compete internationally - allowing Africans to tell their own stories to the world.

Young South Africans pushed to take a stand

The National Youth Development Agency has taken to social media to motivate young people to lead by example. This initiative is part of Youth Month commemorations to remind today's youth of those of 1976.

Tourists watch as buffalo burst tyre to chase lions away

It is not unusual for different animal species like lions and buffalo to be seen fighting. Tourists in the Kruger National Park area recently got a fright when a buffalo surprised them by turning towards their cars to get lions off his back.

Africa’s turn to save the world

Hey Africa, send some warmth to freezing Norway. After Band Aid, Live Aid and all the spin offs comes Radi-Aid, with its video and a call for Africans to raise funds to send heaters to the frigid Scandinavian nation.
Trade, not aid, say youth

South Africa wishes Class of 2010 well

South Africa wishes Class of 2010 well

As the Class of 2010 grade 12s prepare to start their final exams, ordinary South Africans advise them to prepare as best they can, take the breaks they need to stay fresh, keep calm when faced with tough questions ... and make the country proud!
Sophie Ndaba backs the Class of 2010

Sophie Ndaba backs the Class of 2010

As South Africa's grade 12s gear up for their final exams, Brand South Africa, iSchool Africa and the Department of Basic Education have intensified their call for South Africans to help improve the chances of underprivileged learners. Generations actress Sophie Ndaba champions the School of 2010 initiative.

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