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Play Your Part initiative – get involved!

The Play Your Part initiative is a nationwide movement that was created to inspire, empower and celebrate active citizenship in South Africa. The main objective of the Play Your Part movement is to uplift the nation through inciting and encouraging positive change. It is essential for the public to be aware of the Play Your Part initiative and be aware that they can stand up as individuals or communities to play their part for a positive social change in South Africa. The Play Your Part initiative has been an inspiring way of looking at the country’s progress since the inception of democracy and creating a future that all would be proud of, based on the values, beliefs and wishes of its citizens. The Play Your Part movement is an initiative by Brand South Africa.

Kim Jayde Robinson

Meet @Kim Jayde Robinson, a recent addition to the Play Your Part team. The TV Presenter, model, blogger and MC is also a qualified social worker. Kim Jayde is a beacon of light for South African youth as she inspires them to believe in themselves. The Play Your Part initiative aims to inspire and empower. Follow the Play Your Part movement to find out how you can get involved.

Follow Official Brand South Africa or visit www.brandsouthafrica.com to find out more about the Play Your Part initiative.

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