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Proudly South African

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Proudly South African

Proudly South African Logo
The Proudly South African campaign is a South African 'buy local' marketing campaign and logo.
A graffito linking newsreader Riaan Cruywagen to the ideals of the Proudly South African initiative

Cost of membership is normally 0,1% of sales of those products bearing the PSA logo, but is negotiable in special circumstances. Non-commercial organisations pay a nominal fee. The group has recently come under criticism due to the fact the majority business in the brand are White owned. Leading some to say it is less Proudly South African and more Proudly South Afrikaans.[1]

See also

Wikiseo - Proudly South African


  1. ^ "South Africa 2010 report". Retrieved 2010-01-04. 

External links

  • Proudly South African campaign home page
  • Guaranteed South African - A portal for South African businesses
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