We aren’t always aware of the struggles people face in their daily lives; random acts of kindness is a day to show someone you care
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.
Officer Matt Lima’s kind gesture drew high praise on social media, with people saying his show of compassion exemplifies law enforcement at its best, and personifies what it means to serve the community.
The care home, founded by an 89-year-old community member, accommodates people with the highest risk of contracting COVID-19.
Pre-pandemic, tourists had contributed to the decay of our favourite destinations. This time round, it’s time to do things a little differently.
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.
A heroic six-year-old boy who required 90 stitches to his face after being mauled by a dog as he shielded his sister from the onrushing animal, has been celebrated with an honorary world champion belt from the World Boxing Council (WBC).
With the first-ever virtual July Handicap tomorrow, a horse-mad six-year-old with an incredibly sound knowledge of horses and jockeys will be first in line to watch the event unfolding.
Paper, pen, ink and paints – they are all part of this teenage artist’s language of care and compassion.
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.
The plea of a blind orphan from Gauteng, who was left living alone in a dilapidated shack that gets flooded when it rains was helped recently by a kind-hearted businessman.
With streets deserted, hospitals full and morgues struggling to cope, it isn’t surprising that some are discussing an apocalypse.
The 33-year-old Thabisa Xhelithole from Khayelitsha received thousands of units after asking for R10 prepaid electricity on Twitter.
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.
Over R250 000 has been raised for Nkosikho Mbele, the petrol attendant lauded for helping one of his customers by paying for her petrol.
Facebook users are applauding a 10-year-old kid who cracked open his piggy bank and bought his favorite petrol attendant his very own bicycle.
Tourist, Michèle Simonis left her bag at a petrol station whilst on holiday in South Africa and expected to never see it again.
This Cape Town animal welfare society and its staff were left stunned as two boys who had lost everything used their last R7 to save their neighbours dog.
A Facebook post by Johannesburg resident, Kyla Mills is doing the rounds, and for all the right reasons.
This is a #ProudlySouthAfrican moment if ever there was one.
This letter to the headmaster of KES has gone viral, and for all the right reasons.
Project Flamingo and The Massage Truck have joined forces for the month of October to assist Cape Town women with breast cancer.