From SAA resuming flights to Durban, to six big cats being rescued from a zoo in Ukraine, we’ve had our share of good news
A dog named Buddy was left to die on the side of a road after getting hit by car until caring community members came to his rescue, paying for all his hospital bills!
Orlando Pirates midfielder Goodman Mosele’s whereabouts at the time of his Bafana Bafana call up snub have reportedly been revealed.
Cassper Nyovest has been hailed a hero online after he helped a South African woman with funding to get a lung transplant all the way in India!
How many teens you know would donate R1 million to charity? 13-year-old Erin Byrnes donated her prize car to a single mothers shelter.
Staff at Massimo’s in Cape Town got a whopping R20 000 tip from an anonymous customer. Seems SA may have a serial ‘do-gooder’ on the loose!
A family left the staff at a Simply Asia store in Cape Town a very generous tip. The restaurant took to social media to show their appreciation.
Parkhurst Avengers, assemble. This mugger chose the wrong neighbourhood, and ended up getting a taste of instant karma in the process.
The care home, founded by an 89-year-old community member, accommodates people with the highest risk of contracting COVID-19.
Like thousands of South Africans, warehouse packer and father of three, Lusindiso Malgas lost his job due the COVID-19 pandemic.
A media studies dropout is now making it as chemicals manufacturer, and the pandemic made her business grow faster than before.
Eight-year-old Romario Valentine has dreams of one day becoming a scientist to better understand and protect our natural environment.
A qualified teacher from Limpopo who started learning from a self-made guitar recently dropped his debut Tshivenda traditional music album.
The 1937-1957 SA ballroom dancing champion is 107-year-old Mkhulu Herbert Shipalana, and he can’t wait to celebrate his 108th birthday.
One of the author’s solutions is to write books herself and get them published.
(Partner content) The UK Immigration landscape saw many changes and announcements in 2019.
Local photographer Joshua Rubin recently met up with Fernando who built himself an incredible shack in a Cape Town township.
South Africa needs more laughter. We’ve used the same jokes for years, so we’re giving YouTuber Sibu Mpanza the chance to take a lighter look at the news.
A good Samaritan that stumbled onto the story of a Cape Town teacher that was raped in a taxi has offered her self-defence classes.
How R100 secured an education for a petrol attendant’s children.
A real estate agent recently trusted her instincts and used her veterinary nursing skills to help deliver a baby after showcasing a house to new clients.
It feels good to know that there are still people like Jeremy around in South Africa.
This is the South Africa we know and love.
It takes a community to change the status quo of South Africa