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The Blouberg community started a ‘pension fund’ for one of their own: ‘Uncle George’ who has made an honest living selling ice creams.
There’s a new sheriff in town…A Hollywood movie plot is seemingly playing out in the streets of South Africa in the wake of Mamelodi’s real-life vigilante dubbed ‘John Wick’.
A South African Youth Ambassador encourages owners of dogs and cats from the Philippi community to sterilise their pets.
South Africa’s first Muslim film in Afrikaaps, ‘Barakat’, was filmed in the Cape Flats to show that there is a more hopeful side to the area.
Shayne Taliona is one of about 30 people who now live at 2 Willow Road in divided rooms in the dilapidated circus school building.
Cape Town NGO Nakhlistan is doing all it can to feed more than 90 000 people in Cape Town on Eid – a service it has provided for 37 years.
Community members recently participated in the Curry’s Post Conservancy pothole fishing competition in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands.
The group, Sustainable Bo-Kaap, say the started the initiative at the height of the lockdown after people ran out of money to the extent they could no longer afford to buy food.
The colourful beach huts at Muizenberg in Cape Town are getting a much-needed revamp.
Eastern Cape police have condemned acts of vigilantism after a man was allegedly chased, assaulted and murdered by the Mdantsane community.
A global challenge to collectively cover 2,414 miles, the furthest distance across South Africa from Cape Town to Beitbridge on the Zimbabwe border and back again, has attracted walkers across four continents.
Stocked by donations and maintained by volunteers, this is food from the community for the community.
Following the successful roll-out of its Eastern Cape pilot project in November 2019, Coca-Cola is expanding the roll-out of the 2-litre returnable plastic bottles across some parts of the country.
Despite his tight schedule, a traditional leader, Chief Randima who is also a teacher, dedicates much of his time to the development of his rural community.
Five villagers voluntarily cook, clean and feed more than 200 homeless people who have been housed at Musina as a precautionary measure to curb the spread of the virus.
Minister of Community Safety Albert Fritz asked Bheki Cele on 23 April to allow neighbourhood watch groups to patrol during the lockdown.
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The ANC says South Africans must be educated amid the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
The City of Cape Town also encourages the use of online services where possible due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
Western Cape Minister of Community Safety Albert Fritz reiterates that Tazne van Wyk needs to be brought home.
Alexandra residents have given police three days to bring to book the killer of an innocent woman caught in crossfire between police and suspects.
Investec just returned the title deeds of thousands of properties to their registered owners with the substantial underlying debt being scrapped.