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Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu at the 2019 Brand Summit South AfricaSouth Africa's Auditor-General, Mr Thembekile Kimi Makwetu will deliver the Keynote Address at the 2019 Brand Summit South Africa. 23 Apr 2019 Read more

The Brand Summit South Africa, successfully inaugurated in Cape Town in May 2018 and now partnered with the City of Johannesburg, Host City, for three years until 2021, has the pleasure of announcing additional professional partnerships with the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) and City Nation Place Ltd. 7 Jan 2019 Read more

In less than a week, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng will deliver the keynote address at the first ever South Africa Brand Summit in Cape Town. The summit is serve as an annual platform to discuss South Africa's evolving country/nation brand image, at home and globally, as well as the importance of leadership in positioning country/nation brands. 27 Apr 2018 Read more

Nominations have opened for the Brand Summit South Africa Awards. These awards seek to honour brands which make South Africa proud and submissions from enthusiastic proposers in the various categories have been well-received. Members of the public are invited to nominate any natural person, company, organisation, or group which they feel best and positively represents the South African experience. Nominations can be submitted for the following categories: 1 Aug 2017 Read more

The inaugural South Africa Brand Summit & Awards, which seeks to analyse South Africa as a brand and recognise organisations and people who have enhanced the country's reputation, has secured a growing list of renowned thought-leaders, speakers, and panellists. The list includes the likes of: 12 Apr 2017 Read more

South Africa has come a long way since the dark days of Apartheid. 22 years following the dawn of democratic South Africa, our country has dramatically changed in many ways. Indeed, how we see ourselves as South Africans and how the world sees us, has been profoundly altered. 9 Dec 2016 Read more