• Musical duo Liquideep on why they're voting in South Africa's 2014 elections

    Star-studded line-up for youth vote roadshows

    Generations star Patrick Shai, Rhythm City's Mpho Molepo, Muvhango's Nomsa Buthelezi and actress Maggie Williams will kick off roadshows at high schools and colleges across Gauteng province on Thursday to encourage young people to vote in South Africa's 7 May elections.

  • South Africa celebrates 20 Years of Freedom

    Oxford University reflects on SA's freedom journey

    Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will deliver the keynote address at a high-level academic conference reflecting on South Africa's first 20 years of democracy at Oxford University in the UK on Friday.

  • Minister Blade Nzimande

    SA, Swiss in skills development partnership

    A partnership between South Africa and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce, which will see students and lecturers from two Gauteng training colleges benefiting from Swiss expertise, will help SA meet its skills development targets, says Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande.

  • National Arts Festival, Grahamstown

    Arts festival celebrates turning 40

    Proving that life begins at 40, this year's National Arts Festival's bold yet intimate line-up features artists from 26 countries in more than 550 performances. The festival will be held at the beginning of July in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape.

  • New positions to strengthen SA research

    Praise for SA's efforts to transform accountancy profession

    Commended by the World Bank as a world first, the Thuthuka Fund - an innovative development programme by the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants - is helping to transform the profession through its "decisive" support of female and black students.

  • Mandisa Williams

    100 days to Women's Rugby World Cup

    The Springbok Women will face Australia in their opening pool match of the 2014 IRB Women's Rugby World Cup in Marcoussis, France in 100 days' time. Despite being handed a tough draw in Pool C, captain Mandisa Williams is confident the team's hard work will pay off.

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Bridgestone keeps PinkDrive on the road with R1m donation

Bridgestone has given breast cancer charity PinkDrive its biggest ever once-off donation of R1-million, with the money being raised from motorists who purchased sets of pink valve caps at the tyre manufacturers outlets.

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