Earlier this year, we heard the story of Chuma Somdaka. We catch up with her story to see what’s happened in the last few months.
Nonthando Ntsendwana underwent a life-changing transformation that has restored her self-confidence.
Thabitha Malinga was enabled in her business venture through a partnership between Shell Livewire and Raizcorp which aims to grow and develop South African entrepreneurs.
Flaxman Qoopane brings his love of the narrative to South Africa after living in exile.
A business idea is helping street artists gain exposure and increase sales, and it’s changing lives.
Zwelisha Kids Club, a cycling club near White River, was started to help underprivileged children with a physical outlet that will hopefully keep them from experimenting with drugs and alcohol.
Dr. Karin Lourens is using her knowledge and expertise to nurse the often-overlooked city wildlife in Johannesburg.
Dr. Lane Benjamin has always dreamed of making the world a better place, and so she’s started in her ‘back yard’.
The women travelled to ten countries and met with 37 organisations to see what is being done about the depleting elephant numbers in Africa.
Let’s celebrate Heritage Day together!
This is where we need to show our South African spirit.
Join the 100-strong Starfish team in London in October.
“I believe in service beyond self.”
Three incredible women who are shaping South Africa through their dedication and passion.
Spencer Kitson saw a man standing on the edge of a bridge in Douglasdale, Johannesburg and stopped to make sure he was alright.
David Masilela shows that hard work and determination are a powerful combination.
67 buskers are due to play for 67 minutes to honour Madiba this Mandela Day.
South African literacy organisation, help2read, and Seattle Coffee Company have released five limited
edition coffee sleeves, each featuring the artwork of primary school learners enrolled in a reading programme from schools around the Western Cape and Gauteng.
SA’s bees are dying, but Portia Morudi has a plan to save them.
Fire House is a story about South Africa’s unsung heroes.
The Nijmegen March begins on the last Tuesday in July.
Eliot Chisango didn’t come to South Africa to improve his own life, but he came to improve the lives of others.
A talented group of homeless people has found their calling in performing Shakespeare.
Impress your friends with your moves and raise vital funds for orphaned children.
South African expat, Lorenzo Rodrigues, drowned after saving the lives of others.