South Africans heed the call to help shelter dogs

Kind-hearted South Africans have come out to support pets in need, ensuring many animal shelters countrywide are empty during the lockdown, thanks...

Liquor producer put its alcohol to spirited use – as sanitiser...

As SA endures the coronavirus lockdown, one company is doing what it considers its national duty in a very spirited way.
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Africa’s first Queer Wellness Centre opens in Gauteng

Africa’s first Queer Wellness Centre opened in Johannesburg in March, providing clients with stigma-free sexual and mental health services, as well as...

Something inspiring is brewing at Cape Town’s Gangstar Café

A café in Cape Town is helping former inmates get their lives back on track as part of a job-readiness programme, all...
Youth Employment Service

This programme brings hope to unemployed youngsters

Hundreds of unemployed youngsters have a chance to better themselves through experiential training that forms part of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Youth Employment Service (YES)...

New school uniforms make PE pupils feel proud

Having the right school shoes or shirt is a simple thing, but it can help to make pupils feel more self-confident...
Nederburg Primary pupils jumping for joy

Boost for no-fee schools in Western Cape

Six new classrooms have been unveiled at Nederburg Primary School in Lantana, Paarl, thanks to a partnership by MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet, the...
Paws on the Promenade

Promenade pooches to raise funds for Khayelitsha animal clinic

Humans and their four-legged friends are invited to join Cape Town’s fifth annual Paws on the Promenade event – a fun dog walk...
Clover Mama Afrika

Hard-working mamas celebrated for giving back

A group of South African women have been awarded for their efforts to give back and upskill themselves and their communities.
GROW Educare Centres

Educare Centres boost early childhood development – and help create much-needed...

Early childhood development (ECD) is one of South Africa’s biggest challenges, with many education centres in disadvantaged communities not sufficiently equipped, trained, resourced, or professionally...
swim across Nelson Mandela Bay

First woman to swim across Algoa Bay did it all in...

Capetonian marathon swimmer, musician and mother-of-three Carina Bruwer has become the first woman to swim across Algoa Bay.

Gugulethu school for disabled gets funding boost

A Gugulethu school for disabled children, which started with just two teachers in 1974, today boasts 19 classrooms, three therapy rooms, a sick...

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