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play your part II

“Play Your Part” is a 24 minute Brand South Africa television programme, broadcast weekly on SABC1 at 7 PM on Mondays starting 9th July 2012. “Play Your Part” recognizes dynamic individuals driven to bring about change. Each episode features 3 outstanding South Africans. Play Your Part is a campaign aiming to inspire all South Africans to contribute to positive change in the country by becoming actively involved in making a difference. In keeping with the mandate from Brand South Africa, whose five brand pillars are Ubuntu, Diversity, Sustainability, Possibility, and Innovation / Creativity the television series traverses the country in search of 33 individuals from all spheres of life who are playing their part as South Africans. The television show gets to know these individuals where they work and live, moving from high-end fashion and art to corporate success stories, inventors and athletes. The television show celebrates ordinary people doing extraordinary things.



This episode features Terry Pheto, whose award winning work and career success has seen her become a household name and a source of inspiration to masses of young people across South Africa. Palesa Masuku, still a young student from the North West province is predicted by her teachers to become a future world acclaimed scientist. Her recent discovery of how charcoal can be obtained from Marula nuts has awarded her trip to international science convention as well as science equipment worth R25000 for her school. Finally, Charles Mjikelo runs Amandla Boxing Academy in Llwandle in the Western Cape. His students are testament to his commitment to provide them with excellent training and therefor hope in the future.


DJ Zinhle has just broken into the American music scene with a huge hit in Miami. Through her DJ Academy FUSE, Dj Zinhle has been committed to providing South African women training in her field, ensuring that the male dominated sphere of the DJ is becoming more accessible to women. Then there is Tabo Mkandawire whose recent success in the African Gymnastic championships is important in inspiring young gymnasts at home. Finally Kagiso Legobe, winner of the 2011 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award, takes us around to see how he makes an impact in his own home town where he shares his passion for hiking, camping and animal conservation with young boys, whom he says, have a similar background to his own.


Once, like many young South African girls, Bongi carried heavy loads of water on her head. Now, however, the water lies beneath her feet. Meet inspirational marine pilot Bongi Mbambo in Kwazulu Natal. In the Western Cape we get to know Earl Abrahams, a young inline skater who shares his skill and passion for extreme sport with youth in Bontheuwel. Apart from keeping young people off the streets with fun sports, Earl also works for the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre where he works in conflict resolution with youth. Also this week, Claire Reid tells us about her clever seed packaging which saves 80% of water during the germination phase. This novel innovation was made at the age of 16 as a school student and won her many local and international awards. Claire is now a qualified architect. Don’t miss the show to find out about her latest project which is just as exciting.


This episode features Atang Tshikare, a multi-talented artist who designs shoes, paints, and re-models used bicycles and distributes them amongst school children. Angela Larkan- This young woman manages an after school program for H.I.V./Aids orphans in rural Kwa-Zulu Natal. Nimrod Moloto - provides music education for over 350 kids in and around Soweto, Johannesburg.


This episode features Dumisane Ntombela, a blind soccer coach who manages a women's team in his native Vosloorus on the East Rand of Johannesburg. Bongi Mlangeni - Through her organisation Africa Ignite, promotes local arts and crafts on international markets. Marsha Marescia - at twenty three is an established hockey player and the captain of the South African National Women's Hockey Team.


In this episode, we meet Mandisa Mazibuko, a civil engineer who is passionate about making education accessible to girl children in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Benny Masekwameng is a respected chef in the competitive world of culinary arts and one of the judges on Master Chef South Africa. Ricky Lee-Gordon aka Freddy Sam believes that cities should be engaging. He designs and paints murals with neighbourhood artists in inner-city joints in Cape Town.


In episode seven of Play Your Part series 2, we look back at the previous six episodes. We recall our artist from international screen star Terry Pheto to DJ Zinhle’s, Nimrod the music teacher and paid tribute in our legend Miriam Makeba. We also caught up with some of our sports icons, Marsha Marescia and Sifiso Nhlapo aka “Skizo” the flying machine.

Our ground breakers in their field included Benny Masekwameng – the culinary wizard, Claire Reid the architect, Palesa Masuku from Moruleng in Limpopo the energy saver, who found a way to burn coals longer and Durban’s finest, marine pilot, Bongi Mbambo.  Finally we met South Africans from all walks of life who are passionate building communities they include Kagiso Legobe, Angela Larkan, Charles  Mjikelo, Mandisa Mazibuko, Earl Abrahams, Dumisani Nthombela and many more. All heroes and heroines who play their part!


In episode 8 we discover Funda Nenja with Thobani Madlala who teaches his community about taking care of their dogs. Cheryl Pillay is from Comeback Mission, an NGO that cares for the community of Eldorado Park, south of Johannesburg. Lastly we visit Dr Mazibuko who cares for cancer patients in Kwa-Zulu Natal.


In this episode, we go to Philippi a township outside of Cape Town where (BEEP) Beyond Expectation Environmental Project takes children on an excursion to Table Mountain to learn about the healing powers of nature.  Sifiso Dlamini is an enterprising shoe designer beyond comparison- he customizes takkies. Project Jeans and Jerseys (Project JJ) is a group of young doctors who lend a hand in helping the surrounding poor communities of Pretoria.


Emile Engel is South Africa’s own Steve Jobs and better. He is an innovator and an inventor. Through Re-think Leadership, he has revolutionised notions of social change. Lesego Malatsi is a fashion designer with a purpose. He is emphatic about putting South African aesthetics on the global ramp.  Elizabeth Shepherd is a Bergville resident with a caring heart.


Tshepo Phakathi is South Africa’s young entrepreneur extraordinaire. He lectures young business and economics students as a way to give back.  Sibusiso Vilane is South Africa’s most famous mountaineer who has conquered the Three Poles North South and the great Mount Everest.

Khayelitsha Cookies is turning cookies into golden chips of opportunity and giving employment to a number of women from the township.


Refiloe Seseane is the founding director 18twenty8, which empowers young women between the ages of 18 and 28 from disadvantaged backgrounds, by developing strategies for their educational and personal development and raising funding for bursaries. Refiloe Seseane is the real deal - she's got the face for television, the voice for radio and the brains for economics. And she's conquered them all.

Richard Mabaso is a young social entrepreneur from Luphisi village in Mpumalanga. Gary Flax is the excitable inventor who has appeared on TED TALKS for his innovative new water filter, which saves lives.


This episode looks back at the series to celebrate the contribution of many of South Africa’s nation builders who have made a difference in our country.

production info

In Production: 2012
Season: 2
Directed by: Teddy Mattera (Series Director)
Produced by: Carolyn Carew
Original Air Date: 7 July 2012
Aired On: Sabc 1