Zola Maphila’s road to success has been anything but easy, but it’s given her a gritty determination to push herself and achieve her dreams.
Manqoba Zulu, an uMgeni Park resident, coaches pupils at Rosehill Primary School every week in an aim to draw attention to the sport and to keep local children fit.
Photographer, Lee-Ann Olwage, has been wanting to take pictures inside Pollsmoor maximum security prison for some time. When she was eventually allowed in, she witnessed a fascinating sight.
A Cape Town based non-profit organisation aims to provide basic newborn essentials to new mothers from underprivileged areas.
Rudi van Schalkwyk believes that the power of change and unity lies in all South Africans, and he’s set about to prove that.
Riaan Dohne didn’t realise when he let Brian Dlamini train at his gym for free, that both men’s lives would be changed for good.
Sifiso is achieving high praise for his efforts regarding the return of a stranger’s wallet.
Marianne Gray and her team at Peckhamplex have received high praise for their independent multiplex in Peckham.
Nicole Morgan’s story about being saved by a stranger has gone viral and restored her faith in the kindness of South Africans and people in general.
When two cousins started the campaign two months ago, they never imagined the love and helpfulness would have spread so far so quickly.
Lehlohonolo Phali is just 28 years old and has become the youngest graduate at the University of The North West to receive a PhD in Applied Mathematics.
There was little holding five Zimbabwean friends back. When initiative and hard work collided, they turned empty land into a thriving, profitable farm, and grew their way to success.
Samuel Mofokeng, a 21-year-old from Summerfield, Primrose, is showing his peers what hard work and determination can do to change the trajectory of one’s life.
Rogz Urban Farm creates sustainable food for their workers and the neighbouring community by growing vegetables on the pavements that surround the factory in Montague Gardens.
Tiffany Dewar has been watching JMPD officer, ‘Mama Dora’ helping children to cross the busy Old Pretoria Road to get to their school in Diepsloot every morning. Tiffany stopped and chatted to Mama Dora and discovered she does so much more than help with road crossing.
Sharon Atkins, a South African businesswoman, blogger and self-proclaimed optimist, is taking the web by storm with her simple reminder of what makes South Africa so darn great.
In an attempt to highlight the benefits of involvement and active participation of men in the lives of their children and partners, Lambert’s Bay fisherman, Marius Brown will run from Cape Town to Durban over 43 days.
On her late night walks home from cleaning her new restaurant, Minu Pauline was struck by how often she’d see homeless and hungry people searching her garbage for a meal.
When Johannes Mokobi met Karen Thomson in Muizenberg this morning, he had no idea that his life was about to change.
Considering how reliant we are on technology and computers, the Internet and online resources, it’s mind-boggling to imagine living without these necessities. Schools are also becoming heavily reliant on technology in classrooms, both as a means of instruction, and to equip learners with the necessary skills and knowledge needed to navigate our tech-reliant world.