As part of its Women’s Day 2017 initiatives, Sisi – a brand within the BBF Safety Group stable that designs and manufactures a range of safety footwear specifically for women – launched a campaign focused on celebrating the hard-working women of South Africa.
“South Africa has come such a long way in recognising the role of women – both within and outside of the workplace. We therefore launched a campaign to showcase, acknowledge and celebrate the real, hardworking women and the contributions they make to our country. We wanted to paint a picture of the diverse tapestry of strong… Read More
For many, capturing the essence of a dream travel destination, as you explore its scenery, flavours, people and culture is as much a part of the journey as the experience itself. Portuguese filmmaker Bernardo Bacalhau’s beautifully shot video of Morocco’s terrain has us bursting at the seams to see the North African country ourselves. Shot within a week using a DJI Phantom 3 Pro drone, the short film reveals the diversity and beauty of Morocco.
The formalisation of an age-old partnership between man and donkey has seen a community in the Limpopo region realise social, environmental and animal-care development through the Donkeys 4 Development project. Watch this video, shared by Beautiful News, featuring environmentalist Eliot Chisango of the P.E.A.C.E Foundation, as he working with community members to create a cleaner environment and economic opportunities through a buyback recycling centre – with the help of their beloved donkeys, of course.
Eliot Chisango found potential in the relationship between humans and donkeys by creating a programme that benefits both, as well as the environment.Click here for more #BeautifulNews: http://bit.ly/BND4DMade possible by Mercedes-Benz South Africa
The African landscape has possibly never looked as majestic on film as it does in this footage captured with drones courtesy of Rhino Africa. From elephants and giraffes lazily treading across land, to whales peacefully idling in clear waters, watching this invokes unparalleled wanderlust for not only the continent, but the world at large.
Food – the world over – has an uncanny ability to bridge the most distant of gaps, form unlikely friendships at the dinner table, and open new worlds in both taste and perspective. Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner show is one perfect example. Stewart, an accomplished publishing, broadcasting, merchandising, e-commerce businesswoman and author, and Snoop, a world famous rapper, actor and businessman, will host celebrity guests and cook up themed meals each week. The show premieres on 7 November on VH1.
Watch this inspiring video in which Andrew Zaloumis, the CEO of South Africa’s first World Heritage Site, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, speaks about the park’s Rural Enterprise Accelerator Programme (REAP) which provides training, mentorship and seed capital to fund small businesses in and around the park.