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On Common Ground: The life’s work of David Goldblatt and...

On Common Ground exhibits the work of two of South Africa’s most renowned photographers, David Goldblatt and Peter Magubane, side-by-side. Curator and photographer Paul Weinberg brings...
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Arts & Culture Trust launches 25th anniversary fundraising campaign

To mark the 25 years since it was established, the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) has launched the 25 Million Reasons to Give campaign....
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Must Watch Episode 1- Food is Life

Spar SA upscaling small farmer franchises in Limpopo's Mopani District as well as how Tiger Brands is empowering local communities through food sourcing. Brought to...

‘Ubuntu’ inspired Reggie Khumalo to help educate disadvantaged children

South African artist Reggie Khumalo is set for the second part of his motorcycle adventure after completing the first part which was Cape to...
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Sanlam BEE deal with Ubuntu-Botho

Sanlam brokered a BEE deal with Ubuntu-Botho (UB), led by Patrice Motsepe, who bought 8% shareholding in the company, for UB to benefit from...
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Enterprise and Supplier Development: The Omni HR Consulting Model

Omni HR Consulting provides business and people development solutions through training and consulting services.
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Silverstar Shavathon takes up the #ColouringHope challenge

The CANSA Shavathon has become synonymous with camaraderie, the feel-good factor, and most importantly, hope all in a fun and positive setting. This year...
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Takalani Sesame, LEGO Foundation Launch ‘Learning Through Play’

The LEGO Foundation and Sesame Workshop announced a major 5-year initiative to promote children’s learning through play by harnessing the power of Takalani Sesame...
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Back to Rhythm campaign gets South African hearts pumping

Philips together with the Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa have collaborated on a month-long heart health campaign called Back to Rhythm ahead of...

Post Present Future exhibition: A personal response to history narratives

As South Africa celebrates twenty-five years of democracy, the emerging rhetoric is that the country is a free and democratic state. Plausible as the...

The ‘Damage’ exhibition set to launch at the Apartheid Museum

The struggle to free South Africa from apartheid was one of the most remarkable challenges of the last century, and photographers played a crucial...

The Black Body: (still) a site of oppression?

The month of March is human rights month. After almost 25-years of democracy, does South Africa have a healthy human rights culture? The global history...
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