Despite the havoc wreaked on the economy by the closure of the tourism industry, a strong spirit of community emerged in the wildlife conservation communities within Grahamstown to bring hope to families devastated by the impact of the lockdown.
Helen Mamabolo established a foundation during lockdown to assist children from disadvantaged families affected by the pandemic.
An unemployed street entertainer in Ekurhuleni says he wants to do his bit to give the city’s street children the chance of a better life away from drugs and crime.
It was a thrilling weekend for the hospital’s ENT team after they were asked to help with the gorilla’s medical examination.
Paper, pen, ink and paints – they are all part of this teenage artist’s language of care and compassion.
As the country continues to battle through the pandemic, Volkswagen SA has played a significant corporate role in trying to assist sectors where help is most needed, including the underprivileged communities and schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay area.
While other musicians are busy making a noise about government’s lockdown relief grant for artists, a Limpopo musician found business in fresh fish.
Vulnerable newborns with struggling mothers in the middle of the pandemic receive clothes, blankets and napkins from caring women.
Many fundraising events in the UK have been postponed or cancelled due to the recent pandemic.
In these difficult times, it is heartwarming to see groups of people who are going out of their way to make a difference in the lives of people unable to help themselves.
In the face of the potential pandemic, The Gift of the Givers are issuing a call to action to all South African citizens.
This beloved children’s home needs funding in order to stay open.
Jamie Mitchell from Mitchell Designs – in collaboration with Helping Hands, Enabling the Future and Deloitte UK – made nine-year-old Aphelele Gumede’s dream come true.
It’s the second consecutive year that the company has done this.
Remember Cody the pony and how we all fell in love with him after the Knysna fires last year?
Taste your way through wines of the world and make a difference to orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa.
Hout Bay residents discover what a difference a computer course can make.
The event is called The Great Optimist Race and will take place in just over a week.
Over 14 million people worldwide are diagnosed with cancer every year.
October is National Transport month in South Africa.
NiQi During, now 28, was diagnosed with the genetic illness when she was six months old.
The recent Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), which surveyed over 320 000 respondents, concluded that South Africa’s reading score has remained unimproved since 2011 and was ranked last out of 50 countries globally.
This iconic run is the ideal opportunity to get fit while experiencing some of London’s amazing sites and it’s also a chance to raise valuable funds for Starfish Greathearts Foundation.
Get fit and give back – it’s a win-win.